This report and the contributed papers are the result of a project sponsored by the
Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs with funding from the Flora Family Foundation
and of an associated workshop held October 16–17, 2007, at Stanford University. The
Center for International Security and Cooperation in Stanford’s Freeman Spogli Institute
for International Studies, which carried out the project and hosted the workshop,
expresses its gratitude to both.
Workshop participants included experienced former statesmen and academics and others
with extensive experience in nuclear weaponry and arms control at both the policy and
technical levels. The contributed papers from the participants follow the Project Report.
The workshop agenda is in Appendix 1. A list of participants can be found in Appendix
Discussion during the two-day workshop was extremely rich and represented a number of
informed and different points of view. In the report, we refer to
viewpoints presented by one or more participants, noting their names in parentheses.
Unfortunately, we cannot hope to summarize all the important and relevant points made,
and we apologize to those participants who may feel that a relevant contribution has been
slighted. We refer the reader to the papers for a fuller picture of the various contributions.
The three authors are solely responsible for the conclusions of the Project Report
and any omissions.