FAS President Henry Kelly presents the 2007 Hans Bethe Award to Matthew Bunn.
Federation of American Scientists
Matthew Bunn Wins 2007 Hans Bethe Award
December 3, 2007
Related: Matthew Bunn, Associate Professor of Public Policy; Co-Principal Investigator, Project on Managing the Atom
In a speech accepting the Hans Bethe Award for science in service of a more secure world from the Federation of American Scientists, Matthew Bunn draws on the lessons of recent nonproliferation crises to outline a series of practical steps to strengthen the global effort to stem the spread of nuclear weapons. Ultimately, Bunn calls for a new nuclear order featuring greatly reduced numbers of nuclear weapons relegated to the sidelines of international affairs, and greatly strengthened international controls, inspections, and restraints.
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