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Axelgard, Frederick W.

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November 2021

The ACRS Working Group Oral History Roundtable

On 3-4 November 2021, on the heels of the 30th anniversary of the 1991 Madrid Conference, the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) and the Nuclear Proliferation International History Project (NPIHP) at the Wilson Center hosted a virtual roundtable as part of their 1990s Arms Control and Regional Security (ACRS) Working Group oral history project. The event convened around 20 former ACRS delegates from key regional and extra-regional states for an in-depth exchange on their personal recollections from the ACRS process. In four sessions, which were conducted virtually over two days, participants revisited: the genesis of ACRS; the format and process of the ACRS Working Group; fault lines and inflection points during ACRS; and its successes, failures, and lessons learnt from the process.

October 9, 2020

Interview with Michael Yaffe

Michael Yaffe is a former US diplomat. He served as a member of the US delegation to ACRS. 

November 4, 2020

Interview with Jill Sinclair

Jill Sinclair is a former Canadian diplomat. She served as a member of the Canadian delegation to ACRS. 

September 1992

Moscow Meeting of ACRS Working Group

Attachments include: "Consultations for Moscow ACRS Meeting: Core Points;" "Opening Remarks of Robert L. Gallucci, U.S. Co-Chairman, September 15, 1992;" "List of Participants in the Moscow Meeting of the Working Group on Arms Control and Regional Security in the Middle East;" "Invitation to Participate in the Moscow ACRS Meeting;" "Administrative Circular No. 1: Middle East Peace Talks;" "Press Guidance for the Arms Control and Regional Security Working Group and the Water Working Group Meetings;" and "Qs and As." Additional attachments were withheld.

September 13, 2020

Interview with Fred Axelgard

Fred Axelgard is a former US diplomat. He served as a member of the US delegation to ACRS.