BASIC partnered with the Exchange Monitor to host a panel discussion during the Annual Nuclear Deterrence Summit in Arlington, Virginia, February 19-22, 2013.
The panel focused on European perspectives on nuclear deterrence in the 21st century, and was held on February 20th.
Lukasz Kulesa, Simon Lunn, Paul Ingram, Des Browne, Francois Delmas (L-R) [Photo: BASIC]
Watch the event on C-SPAN
- The U.S. Nuclear Deterrent: An International Perspective
Paul Ingram summarizes a number of views shared during the conference, with a focus on BASIC's panel discussion.
- Visit the Nuclear Deterrence Summit's official website for more information about the conference:
Lord Browne of Ladyton (Des Browne, left), former UK Defence Secretary, and Lukasz Kulesa (right) of the Polish Institute of International Affairs, share their insight with a primarily American audience from the U.S. Defense and Energy Departments and government contracting firms.
Simon Lunn (left), former Secretary General of NATO's Parliamentary Assembly; and Francois Delmas (right) of the French Embassy in the United States, also share their reflections on transatlantic deterrent postures.
~BASIC benefited from financial support provided by The Prospect Hill Foundation, which has helped to make this work possible.