Beyond the Nuclear Shadow: A Phased Approach for Improving Nuclear Safety and U.S.-Russian Relations

By David E. Mosher; Lowell H. Schwartz et al. | Go to book overview

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This research would not have been possible without the financial support of the Nuclear Threat Initiative or the keen personal interest in the project by its Co-Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Senator Sam Nunn.

Many people helped us during our research, which for one of us stretches back more than four years. Geoffrey Forden and Ted Postol of MIT's Center for Strategic Studies shared their analysis and assessments of the state of Russia's early-warning systems. Pavel Podvig, Evgeny Miasnikov, Timur Kadyshev, and Anatoli Diakov of the Center for Arms Control, Energy, and Environment at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology shared their technical knowledge and views of Russia's nuclear forces and postures. Vladimir Sukharuchken and academicians Evgeny Velikhov and Nicholai Panomarev-Stepnoi of the Kurchatov Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences provided intriguing concepts for monitoring systems. Valery Yarynich and Petr Romashkin of the Russian State Duma shared their views on launch readiness reduction. Frank von Hippel provided useful comments, suggestions, and inspiration along the way. Many experts from the U.S. government, Navy, Air Force, and Department of Energy weapons laboratories aided our research, listening to our ideas and proposals and providing technical insights.

We would also like to thank Bruce Blair, General Eugene Habiger, Arnold Kantor, Jan Lodal, Joan Rohlfing, Charles Curtis, and Ted Warner for their comments on the manuscript and insightful discussion of key issues. We are also indebted to Michael Lostumbo and

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