Hope in the Age of Nuclear Weapons
After seventy years of fruitless debate, there is reason for hope.
Ward Wilson presents groundbreaking new analysis from his forthcoming book, challenging Cold War ideas and offering a
revolutionary but realistic path forward. With video comments by Oscar Arias and Freeman Dyson.
“Arguably the most important contribution to the debate over the efficacy/fallacy of nuclear deterrence ever written.”
—Martin Sherwin, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian
Ward Wilson, a senior fellow at the Federation of American Scientists, is widely acknowledged as
the leading source of pragmatic arguments about nuclear weapons in the world today.
Oscar Arias is former president of Coast Rica and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Freeman Dyson is professor emeritus of physics a the Institute of Advanced Study.
Thursday, May 31, 2018 - 7:00 pm - Admission is free