This collection consists of journal articles, conference notes, and videos relating to
nuclear proliferation. It also includes materials from the Center for International Security
and Cooperation (CISAC).
George Bunn (1925-2013) was a consulting professor at Stanford’s Center for International
Security and Cooperation (CISAC). He was the first general counsel for the U.S. Arms Control
and Disarmament Agency and was part of negotiations for the Nuclear Non-Proliferation
Treaty. He also became an ambassador for the U.S. to the Geneva Disarmament Conference.
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