Centrifuge parts shipped from Libya to a nuclear facility in Oak Ridge, Tenn. Components of Libya's nuclear arms and missile programs surrendered after Tripoli agreed to abandon WMD programs and accept unconditional international inspections.
Nonproliferation Strategy in the Centrifuge Age
Brown Bag Lunch
Series: Project on Managing the Atom Seminar Series
Open to the Public - Belfer Center Library, Littauer-369
October 4, 2011
|Speaker:||R. Scott Kemp, Associate Research Scholar, Program on Science and Global Security, Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs, Princeton University|
Princeton University's Scott Kemp explains how technological change and the gas centrifuge have dramatically reduced our ability to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.
Please join us! Coffee, tea, and decaf will be provided.
ISP Program Coordinator
International Security Program, 79 John F. Kennedy St., Mailbox 53, Cambridge, MA 02138 USA
Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
HARVARD Kennedy School