Global Scenarios 2004: Who Will Stop Nuclear Next Use?

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"Global Scenarios 2004: Who Will Stop Nuclear Next Use?", Global Problem Solving, April 30, 2004,

April 27-28, 2004
Berkeley, California

The 2004 Scenarios Workshop will focus on “Who Will Stop Nuclear Next Use?” Representing government, civil society, media, artists, military, and universities, participants from the US, Canada, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and South Korea will explore the uncertainties underlying and opportunities for reducing the risk of nuclear war. On the workshop website, you will find details about the workshop, including background briefings, reports from previous scenarios workshops, travel information, and after May 15, the final workshop report.

The Haywain, John Constable (1812)   Cruise Missles, USA (1983)   
Photomontage © Peter Kennard

Nautilus Institute wishes to thank the Carnegie Foundation for its support.

Participant Name – – Affiliation

Bruce, Scott  – – FOIA & Asian Energy, Nautilus Institute

Carroll, Paul – – Program Officer, Ploughshares Fund

Cascio, Jamais – – Consultant, WorldChanging

Chen, Jin – – IT & Web design, Nautilus Institute

Diamond, Joan – – Chief Operating Officer, Nautilus Institute

Ellsberg, Daniel – – Writer & Activist

Hayes, Peter – – Executive Director, Nautilus Institute

Khalsa, Pritham – – Fellow, Department of Energy

Moon, Richard – – Listening Institute

Morgan, Patrick – – Professor, UC Irvine Global Peace & Conflict Studies

O’Connell, John – – World Peace Conspiracy: Timeout for Peace Project

Patel, Shailja – – Poet, Spoken Word Artist

Peskoe,  – – Anne Attorney

Pisani, Francis – – Journalist; Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México

Prince, Lea – – Asian Energy & Pegasus, Nautilus Institute

Puri, Munish – – South Asia & DPRK Briefing Book, Nautilus Institute

Shrestha, Chauyen Lai – – President, Youth Alliance for Development (Nepal)

Steffen, Alex – – Consultant, WorldChanging

Weingartner, Erich – – Editor, CanKor (Canada)

Weingartner, Miranda – – Managing Editor, CanKor (Canada)

Wing, Chris – – Program Officer, Ford Foundation

Yi, Kiho – – Korea Peace Forum (South Korea)

Yu, Brandon – – Northeast Asia Peace & Security, Nautilus Institute

Yun, Philip – – Vice President, H&Q Asia Pacific

Zarsky, Lyuba – – Global Development & Environment Institute, Tufts


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