In Memory of Jeremy J. Stone
Jeremy J. Stone was president of the Federation of American Scientists from 1970 to 2000, and an influential figure in the history of arms control, human rights, and public interest advocacy.
Jeremy was remembered by colleagues and friends at a gathering in Washington, DC on April 30, 2017. Speakers included:
- Alton Frye (introductory and concluding remarks)
- Richard L. Garwin
- Michael Mann
- Fran Armstrong
- Saule Tuganbaeva
- Jeremy Stone, Who Influenced Arms Control During Cold War, Dies at 81 by Richard Sandomir, New York Times, January 5, 2017
- Jeremy Stone, arms-control advocate who led activist science group, dies at 81 by Matt Schudel, Washington Post, January 5, 2017
- Jeremy J. Stone, 1935-2017 by Steven Aftergood, Secrecy News, January 5, 2017
Following his tenure at FAS, Jeremy created a new organization called Catalytic Diplomacy, from which he launched new initiatives in conflict resolution.
His lively and fascinating memoir, Every Man Should Try: Adventures of a Public Interest Activist can be downloaded for free from the Catalytic Diplomacy website.
For biographical information, see this Wikipedia page on Jeremy.
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