The Middle East: Nuclear Future or Nuclear Free
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) October 10, 2008
The first panel, "The Middle East: Nuclear Future or Nuclear Free" was chaired by Dr. Rebecca Johnson, Executive Director, Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy, and featured Mr. Jonathan Granoff, President, Global Security Institute, Ms. Merav Datan, Mideast Political Advisor, and Ms. Sharon Dolev of Green Peace Mediterranean. The panel discusses current security challenges in the Middle East and the implications for global security, and addressed questions about Iran, Israel, the nuclearization of the region and the goal of a WMD-free zone.
Panel two, "Removing Nuclear Weapons from the Security Equation: The Responsibilities of the United States, Russia and NATO" was chaired by the Honorable Douglas Roche, OC, Chairman of the Middle Powers Initiative, and included panelists Mr. Jean du Preez of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies at the Monterey Institute of International Studies, Dr. Rebecca Johnson, Executive Director, Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy, and Dr. Roald Sagdeev, Distinguished Professor of Physics, University of Maryland. The second panel examines the prospects for the strategic balance between the U.S. and Russia and the role nuclear weapons play in NATO strategy. For more information on "Bruce Roth Attends United Nations Panel Events," contact Bruce A. Roth. .
ABOUT DAISY ALLIANCE--Daisy Alliance was founded by Bruce A. Roth in 2006 as a global grassroots organization which promotes the non-proliferation, disarmament and elimination of nuclear weapons, biological weapons, and chemical weapons--all types of Weapons of Mass Destruction, or WMDs. Daisy Alliance raises funds from the sale of its products: lapel pins and a book written by its founder, No Time To Kill, in order to educate the public in all walks of life about the threat that WMDs pose to civilization. No Time To Kill is a holistic guide to WMDs, terrorism, and genocide, written for the layperson. More than just discussing these problems, it presents a reasonable solution to make the planet safer--an approach never tried before. The Daisy Alliance lapel pin symbolizes the globe at its center and its petals represent people of the world. The inspiration for the name Daisy Alliance came from the 1964 Lyndon B. Johnson presidential television campaign ad.
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