Nuclear Weapons and Our World Today: Freeman Seminar featuring Steve Andreasen
Steve Andreasen on Nuclear Weapons and Our World Today
Freeman Global Policy Seminar
Professor Steve Andreasen will outline the changes in both threats and opportunities that have developed in the intervening years based on his firsthand experience as a Washington observer and policy participant.
Steve Andreasen is a national security consultant to the Nuclear Threat Initiative and its Nuclear Security Project in Washington, DC, and teaches courses on National Security Policy and Crisis Management in Foreign Affairs at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. He served as director for defense policy and arms control on the US National Security Council at the White House from February 1993 to January 2001. He was the principal advisor on strategic policy, nuclear arms control and missile defense to the National Security Advisor and the President. During the Bush Sr. and Reagan Adminstrations, Andreasen served in the US State Department's Bureau of Politico-Military Affairs and the Bureau of Intelligence and Research, dealing with a wide-range of defense policy, arms control, nuclear weapons and intelligence issues.
Freeman Global Policy Seminars are presented by the Freeman Center for International Economic Policy and provide a place where researchers on international policy issues can share ideas with each other and the broader community.
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