Deterrence and Arms Control - Charting a Way Forward

March 4, 2016

Deterrence and Arms Control – Charting a Way Forward: Historical and Policy Perspectives 
March 4-5, 2016 
A Workshop sponsored by the Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy & International Security Studies 

Friday, March 4 2016 
10:00-12:00 
1] The Future Role of Nuclear Deterrence: Russian, Chinese, and U.S. Perspectives. 

Chair: Christine Leah
Panelists: 
Paul Bracken (Yale University) 
Tom Nichols (Naval War College) 
Richard Bitzinger (Nanyang Technological University) 

13:30-15:30 
2] Negotiating with Strategic Competitors: Prospects for Arms Control with China and Russia.

Chair: James Cameron 
Panelists:
Wade
Boese (State Department) 
Ward Wilson (BASIC) 
Robert J. Vince (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) 

Saturday March 5, 2016 
8:30-10:30 
3] How Much is Enough? Maintaining Deterrence in an Age of Fiscal Constraints. 

Chair: Christine Leah 
Panelists:
Amy Woolf (Congressional Research Service) 

James Cameron (Yale University) 

11:00-13:00 
4] Linking History, International Relations, and Policy 

Chair: James Cameron 
Panelists:
Francis J. Gavin (MIT) 
Daniel Altman (Dartmouth College) 
Benoit Pelopidas (Princeton University) 

The panels will last for an hour and a half. Each participant will give a 10-15-minute presentation, leaving enough time for an extended discussion.