For Immediate Release


Steven Crandell at 805-965-3443,

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

New Roadmap to Nuclear Disarmament for 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference

WASHINGTON - Nuclear Age Peace Foundation President David Krieger
has authored a substantive roadmap to nuclear disarmament for the 2010 Non-Proliferation
Treaty Review Conference, scheduled for New
York City in May.

Nuclear Non-Proliferation and
Disarmament: Shifting the Mindset
- A Briefing Booklet for the 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review
the Foundation's best thinking on nuclear abolition and delivers a
blueprint for a future without nuclear weapons. It is available  on-line:

Printed copies can also be ordered from the Foundation.


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The booklet's publication couldn't come at a more opportune
time. In the area of nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation, there is perhaps
no more important international gathering this year than the 2010 Non-Proliferation
Treaty Review Conference. These Review Conferences are held every five years.
Experts view the last one, held in 2005, as a major

The world cannot afford
another failure when the Review Conference convenes again in May. For that
reason, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is taking a number of strategic actions
to influence the outcome of the conference. The Briefing Booklet is the first. It will be distributed in
advance of the NPT Review Conference to all ambassadors in New
York as well as key members of the US Congress and the Obama

David Krieger
is a founder of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation and has served as its
president since 1982. He has lectured throughout the world and written widely
on issues of peace, international law and nuclear weapons abolition. Both he,
and the Foundation's Director of Programs, Rick
Wayman, will attend the Review Conference in New York.


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