October 22, 2012 - CISAC, FSI Stanford News
What have we learned from the Cuban Missile Crisis 50 years later?
Fifty years ago, the Soviet Union and the United States stood on the brink of nuclear war. For thirteen days in October 1962, people around the world held their breath and hoped for a peaceful resolution to the Cuban Missile Crisis. CISAC convened a distinguished panel for the Oct. 22 event to discuss and debate the crisis from the perspectives of Moscow and Washington, and consider what history has taught us since those thirteen days in 1962. You can watch the full event here. And check out our Storify page on the event.
- Scott D. Sagan
Caroline S.G. Munro Professor of Political Science; FSI and CISAC Senior Fellow
- David Holloway
Raymond A. Spruance Professor of International History and FSI Senior Fellow; CISAC Faculty Member; Senior Fellow, by courtesy; Europe Center Affiliated Faculty; CDDRL Affiliated Faculty
- Nuclear Security and Risk