As Alicia already mentioned in the previous post, in conjunction with the Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference, FAS yesterday held the “big screen” premiere of its new video, Paths to Zero at the United Nations in New York. The video will be the core of a new interactive feature on the website. As topics are mentioned in the video, viewers will be able to click on key words to jump to additional information. Until we get that all set up, I think the video works well as a stand-alone product so we are posting it as such. It is 43 minutes long, so set aside some time to watch. If you find it useful, feel free to link to it. (It is also on Vimeo.)
What Alicia did not mention is that she did a lot of the production work and organizing, along with Rich Abott. I wanted to thank both of them for a great job.
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