The Makers: Reykjavik
Nuclear Non-proliferation and the End of the Cold War,
was a great success. Thank you to everyone who attended.
A special thank you to our panelists:
Ambassador Laura Holgate, Vice President
Nuclear Threat Initiative
author and historian, Pulitzer Prize-winner The Making of the Atomic Bomb
Ambassador Thomas Graham, Jr.
Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins, Founder & Executive Director
Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation Alexandra Bell, Senior Policy Director, The Center for Arms Control & Non-Proliferation
Alexandra Bell, Senior Policy Director
The Center for Arms Control & Non-Proliferation
The Makers: Reykjavik is a series of free public forums designed to educate about the Cold War and the threat still posed by its legacy of nuclear weapons. It brings together artists in discussion with the diplomats, policymakers, and scientists who have shaped the history of the Cold War and nuclear policy. The initial program was held at the Carnegie Institution for Science. Currently, the forums are virtual with decision-makers from government, science, and civil society discussing the threat still posed by nuclear proliferation.
The Makers: Reykjavik #1, recorded live at the Carnegie Institution for Science
(L-R) Kurt Elftmann, Edward Gero, David Bryan Jackson, Amb. Thomas Graham, Jr., Richard Rhodes