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Events 2012

The Prague Agenda Discussed at a Conference in Prague

April 16—17, 2012
Gary Samore (in the middle) at a conference on Prague Agenda at Czernin Palace, Prague, April 16, 2012.  (Photo U.S. Embassy Prague)

Gary Samore (in the middle) at a conference on Prague Agenda at Czernin Palace in Prague.

The Prague Agenda outlined by President Obama three years ago in Prague was discussed at a conference on April 16—17, 2012 at Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The international conference "The Prague Agenda - Accomplishments and Challenges" explores political and expert views related to recent developments within all three pillars of the Prague Security Agenda — arms control, nonproliferation and nuclear security and their interrelations.

Gary Samore, Special Assistant to the President and White House Coordinator for Arms Control and WMD, Proliferation and Terrorism, took part in the first panel in which the progress and future outlook of the politics of The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons regime was evaluated.