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– George Stephanopolous
Host of ABC's This Week
January 1, 2005
Bonnie Jenkins

Meeting Challenges and Finding Opportunities: 2020 Arms Control Association Members Briefing

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Thank you for your support as a member of the Arms Control Association.

We invite you to join a conversation with executive director Daryl Kimball and board member Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins as we review our accomplishments in 2019 and make plans for 2020.

Daryl Kimball, Executive Director

This year will mark the 75th anniversary of the dawn of the nuclear age, and the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.  We will also mark five decades since the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) entered into force.

It is an important year for us to look back at accomplishments, measure progress and move forward.

We enter 2020 with foundational arms control and disarmament treaties eroding and tensions between major powers rising.  In 2020, U.S. presidential and congressional candidates will have to address these dangers.

Please bring your questions and join us to discuss moving forward to a safer world in 2020.

SPEAKERS:

  • Daryl G. Kimball, executive director
  • Amb. Bonnie Jenkins, ACA Board of Directors; and Founder, Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation
  • Kathy Crandall-Robinson, chief operations officer, moderating

Join or renew your membership today to receive the registration link by email. (If you believe you are a current member but do not receive this email in the near future, please call us at 202-463-8270 ext 105.)
 

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Join us for a conversation with executive director Daryl Kimball and board member Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins as we review our accomplishments in 2019 and make plans for 2020.

An Interview with Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins, Founder of Women of Color Advancing Peace Security and Conflict Transformation

A peace treaty could be essential to North Korean denuclearization

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Axios
News Date: 
February 25, 2019 -05:00

A peace treaty could be essential to North Korean denuclearization

This op-ed originally appeared in Axios , Feb. 25, 2019. As the second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un approaches, the U.S. continues to focus its attention on the dismantlement of North Korea’s nuclear program. Yes, but: If Trump is serious about denuclearizing North Korea, he should also use the summit with Kim Jong-un to take steps toward negotiating a peace agreement and formally ending the Korean War, noting the diplomatic engagements that have taken place between North and South Korea in 2017 that help to ease tensions on the Korean Peninsula. Why it...
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