The Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (VCDNP) and the U.S. Mission to the International Organizations in Vienna cordially invite you to attend a seminar by Dr. Brad Roberts, Director for the Center for Global Security Research at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, entitled "U.S. Nuclear Policy and Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century." The event will be held on Tuesday, 27 March 2018, at 12:30 in the VCDNP Conference Room. Refreshments will be served at 12:15.

VENUE CHANGE: This event will now take place in the Conference Hall of the Permanent Mission of Japan located in the Andromeda Tower, Floor 24.

 

Dr. Brad Roberts will review the evolution of U.S. nuclear policy and posture from the Cold War to the current Administration, and will provide an analysis of the elements of continuity and change in the recently released Nuclear Posture Review. He will also examine efforts made by the U.S. Administrations since the end of the Cold War to adapt nuclear deterrence, especially extended deterrence, to 21st century requirements.

This event will be held under the Chatham House Rule.

The VCDNP extends its gratitude to the U.S. Mission to the International Organizations in Vienna for its help in organizing this event. The VCDNP and the U.S. Mission to the International Organizations in Vienna extend their gratitude to the Permanent Mission of Japan for providing the venue for this event.


Registration and Questions

We kindly ask you to RSVP using the online registration form.
Should you have any questions, please direct your inquiries to events@vcdnp.org or call VCDNP at +43-1-236-94-82. In case you have troubles accessing the online registration form, please register via email to events@vcdnp.org.


Parking

Parking Advisory: There are no parking opportunities in Andromeda Tower and parking nearby is difficult. We encourage you to use public transportation. U1 “VIC” station is about 200 meters away from our office.

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