[ADST] "Remembering George Schultz"

ADST's Virtual Diplomatic Lunch Discussion Presents:
"Remembering George Shultz"

JIM TIMBIE, retired U.S. diplomat, will speak about the legacy of former Secretary of State George Shultz and reflect on his own career negotiating arms control and nonproliferation agreements. 

Join here live via Zoom.

A a forty-year veteran of the Department of State and a key player in the formation or implementation of virtually every important arms control and nonproliferation effort that occurred during his tenure, Timbie played a central role in the negotiation of the INF and START nuclear arms reductions agreements, the purchase from Russia of enriched uranium extracted from dismantled nuclear weapons for use as fuel to produce electricity in the United States, and the establishment of an international enriched uranium fuel bank. Most recently he was the lead U.S. expert in the negotiation of the nuclear agreement with Iran. Timbie was a model diplomat, scientist and public servant, and he continues to be a role model for all those who aspire to join or excel in the field. 

Jim Timbie and George Shultz collaborated on a book, A Hinge of History: Governance in an Emerging New World, which examines a range of issues shaping our present and future, region by region. Please join us live on February 25 at 12:30 p.m. EST.

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