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REEES hosts ‘The End of U.S.- Russian Nuclear Arms Control and the Start of a New Arms Race’ roundtable

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

On Feb. 21, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS) and Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies (REEES) hosted, “The End of U.S.- Russian Nuclear Arms Control and the Start of a New Arms Race,” a roundtable discussion with Andrey Baykov, vice-rector for graduate and international Programs at Moscow State University of International Relations; Bruce Blair, research policy analyst at the Woodrow Wilson School and the Program on Science and Global Security; Zia Mian, research scientist at Woodrow Wilson School and the Program on Science and Global Security, lecturer in Freshman Seminars and public and international affairs, and co-director of the Program in Science and Global Security; Mikhail Troitskiy, dean of the School of Government and International Affairs at Moscow State University of International Relations and IMARES Program Professor at European University at St. Petersburg; and Frank von Hippel, professor emeritus of public and international affairs and senior research physicist.

The conversation was moderated by Michael Reynolds, associate professor of Near Eastern studies and director of the Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies.

Also in attendance were students from Moscow State University of International Relations, who participated in a crisis simulation with Princeton students later that week.

 

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Round table discussion