Stanford University

For The Toward A World Free Of Nuclear Weapons Project

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    15 Months
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This Hoover Institution project works to pave the way for a nuclear weapons-free world by forging critical new arms control concepts and spreading them among global policy and political thought leaders. After an earlier phase in which the grantee used its high-profile team members, including former Secretary of State George Shultz, to build the broader case for nuclear abolition, the project has turned its attention to specific aspects of the process of restricting and limiting nuclear weapons. This is especially important at a time when deteriorating relations between the United States and Russia hamper bilateral arms control cooperation between the two largest nuclear-armed powers.
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Stanford, CA 94305-2070

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