A World Without Nuclear Weapons (Mahmoud Karem, Egyptian Diplomat)
We could once imagine a world without nuclear weapons. But global progress in stemming the spread of these weapons has stalled, in large part because the two most important nuclear powers – the United States and Russia – have found themselves in conflict.
IGA chats with Egyptian diplomat Mahmoud Karem about the importance of the US-Russia relationship in addressing nuclear security.
This video includes references to the Eurasia Group Foundation, now known as the Institute for Global Affairs.