Denying WMD to Terrorists and Other Criminals: A Progress Report
|Date||Friday, November 8, 2013|
The United States recently submitted to the United Nations its report on measures it has taken to keep terrorists and other criminals from acquiring nuclear, chemical and biological weapons and their means of delivery, in support of UN Security Council resolution 1540. Stimson and the Stanley Foundation explore U.S. domestic and international efforts at curbing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction to non-state actors.
Simon Limage, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Nonproliferation, US Department of State
Rick Cupitt, UNSCR 1540 Coordinator, US Department of State
Johan Bergenas, Deputy Director, Stimson's Managing Across Boundaries Initiative
Brian Finlay, Managing Director, Stimson's Managing Across Boundaries Initiative