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June 10, 2009

Sidney D. Drell Addresses Menlo Park Peacebuilders

Melanie Greenberg, Sidney Drell, David Holloway, Siegfried Hecker, Richard Rhodes and guests discuss nuclear nonproliferation, treaties, and US policy towards Iran, Russia and North Korea.

Moderator Melanie Greenberg is president and founder of the Cypress Fund for Peace and Security.
Greenberg was director of the Conflict Resolution grantmaking program at the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Prior to joining the Hewlett Foundation, Ms. Greenberg served as the associate director of the Stanford Center for International Security and Cooperation, and deputy director of the Stanford Center on Conflict and Negotiation. In her work on international conflict resolution, Ms. Greenberg has helped design and facilitate public peace processes in the Middle East, the Caucasus and Ireland.  She is a member of the United Nations Advisory Committee on the Prevention of Genocide. Ms. Greenberg holds an BA magna cum laude from Harvard, and a JD from Stanford Law School.

Listen to Melanie Greenberg talk about the goals of Cypress Fund

Sidney D. Drell is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and a professor of theoretical physics (emeritus) at Stanford’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, where he served at deputy director until retiring in 1998. An arms control specialist, he has advised the executive and legislative branches of government on national security and defense technical issues for more than four decades. From 1983 to 1989, he was the founding codirector of Stanford’s Center for International Security and Arms Control.

Listen to Sidney Drell’s 15 minute talk

David Holloway is the Raymond A. Spruance Professor of International History, a professor of political science, and an FSI senior fellow. He was co-director of CISAC from 1991 to 1997, and director of FSI from 1998 to 2003. His research focuses on the international history of nuclear weapons, on science and technology in the Soviet Union, and on the relationship between international history and international relations theory.

Listen to David’s 20 minute talk

Questions from the audience

How does the economic future of Russia filter through all of our perceptions of what is going on there?

David Holloway Answers

What are the motivations that might bring Iran and North Korea to the table? Do you have any hope to offer us?

David Holloway Answers

Richard Rhodes and Siegfried Hecker Respond

What does it mean to verify. You talked about the improvements in 2007 in North Korea, they gave us all sorts of information but it wasn’t quite enough-what is enough? Can America hold back and not get the full story on these places and still come up with the vision that works?

Sidney Drell Answers

The Hoover Initiative is focused on nuclear nonproliferation. Where is the major push back against the Hoover initiative in this country and is there anything that we as citizens can do to increase the likelihood of it being successful during this administration.

Sidney Drell Answers

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