Princeton Conference Examines Russia's Nuclear Complex
Posted March 13, 2000; 01:03 p.m.
Policymakers from the U.S. and Russia will gather at Princeton University March 14 and 15 to discuss the conversion of Russia's nuclear weapons complex, a critical issue for both the Russian economy and for international efforts to stem nuclear weapons proliferation. The conference will bring together key American and Russian officials with experts from the U.S. Congress, universities, foundations, and non-governmental organizations to assess efforts to convert Russia's once-secret nuclear cities from weapons work to peaceful production. It is sponsored by Princeton University's Program on Nuclear Policy Alternatives and has been made possible by a grant from the JJJ Foundation. For information and an agenda, contact Sharon Weiner at (609) 258-6424, or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.