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Video: Joseph Circincione on U.S. Nuclear Policy from the Tides Momentum Conference 2009

From the Tides Momentum Conference 2009.

As their website explains:

Momentum 2009 brings together a group of 300 dynamic participants comprised of forward-thinking activists, philanthropists and social entrepreneurs. The issues that face society today defy simple solutions. Only by understanding how our issues and work are interconnected can we hope to create the change that is needed for a healthy, just and vibrant world.

Momentum is more than a conference – it is a creative space, an opportunity for connection, and a place where boundaries are broken and bridges are built. At Momentum, the best new thinking provokes conversation, invites debate, and inspires leaders to view their work through new lenses all the while forging dynamic new relationships.

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Anthony Clark Arend is Professor of Government and Foreign Service at Georgetown University and the Director of the Master of Science in Foreign Service in the Walsh School of Foreign Service.

Commentary and analysis at the intersection of international law and politics.