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The annual Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference was held on March 11–12, 2019 in Washington. The forum gathered about 800 experts and representatives of international organizations from 45 countries of the world to discuss and search for solutions to topical issues in the area of non-proliferation, control, deterrence, and safety of the use of nuclear weapons.

The annual Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference was held on March 11–12, 2019 in Washington. The forum gathered about 800 experts and representatives of international organizations from 45 countries of the world to discuss and search for solutions to topical issues in the area of non-proliferation, control, deterrence, and safety of the use of nuclear weapons.

The keynote speakers at the conference were Stephen Biegun, U.S. Special Representative for North Korea; Adam Smith, US Congressman, Chairman, U.S. House of Representatives Armed Services Committee; and Andrea Thompson, U.S. Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security.

The conference included several discussions on current issues of nuclear security, arms control, and Russia-the U.S. relations. The discussions were held with the participation of diplomats, defense officials, and leading experts. Russia was represented at the forum by Igor Ivanov, RIAC President, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Russia (1998–2004), Anatoly Antonov, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the USA, RIAC Member, and Sergey Rogov, Academic Director of the RAS Institute for U.S. and Canadian Studies, RIAC Member.

U.S.-Russian Strategic Relations: The Big Picture / Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference

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