Strategic Stability in the 21s Century: Lessons From the Past
February 05, 2018
14:00—15:30 MSK
Conventional understandings of deterrence and strategic stability are being challenged, as North Korea, a third-tier country, holds the United States, a global superpower, at nuclear gunpoint. Today, the world counts a diverse group of nine nuclear powers, while there is virtually no discipline in international relations.
Meanwhile, technological progress—from artificial intelligence, to biotechnology, and cyber capabilities—further complicates international relations. Mastering this new environment requires addressing several questions:
These issues were discussed with one of the world’s leading thinkers and practitioners of nuclear policy, Dr. William Perry, U.S. Secretary of Defense under Bill Clinton.
SPEAKER
William J. Perry is a former U.S. Secretary of Defense.
MODERATOR
Dmitri Trenin is the director of the Carnegie Moscow Center and the chair of its Foreign and Security Policy Program. 
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