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CIF: Political Instability in the Middle East and Destiny of Nuclear Programs in Egypt and Libya

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Uploaded on Jun 20, 2011

In this presentation students from School 109, Trekhgorny, Russia, study how the political instability in Libya and Egypt may influence the future of their nuclear programs. The James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) developed the Critical Issues Forum (CIF) to increase awareness of disarmament and nonproliferation issues and to engage and recruit the next generation of nonproliferation specialists. Specifically, CIF is designed to involve pre-college high school students and their teachers in issues of proliferation and control of weapons of mass destruction. The 2011 CIF Student-Teacher Conference, held in Monterey, CA on April 28-29, included students form Chinese, Russian and U.S. high schools and the theme was nuclear energy and nuclear weapons in the Middle East. For more information about the 2011 CIF Conference, visit http://cns.miis.edu/activities/110428.... For more videos on nonproliferation, visit http://nuketube.tv

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