Arms Control and Regional Security Oral History Project
The 2022 launch panel for the Arms Control and Regional Security (ACRS) Oral History Archive
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The project team has conducted and compiled dozens of interviews with diplomats and officials who participated in the ACRS multilateral meetings in the early 1990s. The archival documents, alongside findings from the interviews and from a virtual workshop with ACRS participants, were distilled into a research study on ACRS.
The new archive will host these oral history interviews, and previously-unpublished documents from US Presidential archives.
The event, moderated by Dr. Christian Ostermann, will feature a presentation of findings on ACRS by the project leads, Dr. Hanna Notte and Dr. Chen Zak Kane.
ACRS Oral History Project
In partnership with the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS), Middlebury Institute of International Studies, NPIHP presents the ACRS Oral History Project. By identifying the narratives of the Arms Control Regional Security (ACRS) Working Group negotiations through acquisition of never before seen documents and an extensive series of interviews with the working group participants, CNS and NPIHP hope to develop practical recommendations for future regional processes.
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