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Gretchen M. Bartlett

Former Associate Director, Preventive Defense Project, 1997-2009

 

 

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2005

Winter 2005-06

"Carter Urges Congress to Consider Benefits of U.S.–India Nuclear Agreement"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Gretchen M. Bartlett, Former Associate Director, Preventive Defense Project, 1997-2009

Preventive Defense Project Co-Director Ashton Carter appeared before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in November to comment on the implications of the July 18, 2005 Joint Statement between the United States and India committing both countries to cooperate in the area of civil nuclear power. India, one of the countries never to have signed the NPT, tested nuclear weapons in 1974 and 1998 and is barred by U.S. law and international convention from engaging in any nuclear commerce with the United States. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee's NPT Policy Advisory Group on the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, which Carter co-chairs, was asked to review the Bush-Singh deal and recommend to the Congress whether to support or reject the Bush initiative.

 

 

Winter 2005-06

"Munich Conference Focuses on Security, U.S.–European Partnership"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Gretchen M. Bartlett, Former Associate Director, Preventive Defense Project, 1997-2009

As a delegate to the 42nd Munich Conference on Security Policy in February, Preventive Defense Project Co-director Ashton Carter met with defense and foreign ministers from around the globe to discuss the transatlantic relationship between Europe and the United States and how best to restore this key partnership.

 

 

Fall 2005

"PDP Workshop Explores Strategies for U.S.–North Korea Policy"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Gretchen M. Bartlett, Former Associate Director, Preventive Defense Project, 1997-2009

Preventive Defense Project (PDP) Codirectors Ashton Carter and William Perry hosted a workshop in Washington D.C. in July to design a coherent strategy for dealing with North Korea's nuclear weapons program. More than 50 experts took part in the workshop at the Center for Strategic and International Studies to explore the diplomatic option and coercive policies if diplomacy should fail.

 

2003

Fall/Winter 2003-2004

"Preventive Defense Project Hosts High-Level Chinese Delegation"

Newsletter Article, Belfer Center Newsletter

By Gretchen M. Bartlett, Former Associate Director, Preventive Defense Project, 1997-2009

On November 9-11, the Preventive Defense Project (PDP), in collaboration with the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and the China Foundation for International & Strategic Studies (CFISS), hosted a high-level delegation of Chinese defense, military, diplomatic, and academic leaders for a series of off-the-record confidence-building discussions in New York City.

 

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