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CRITICAL ISSUES FORUM

SPRING 2006 CONFERENCE


Nuclear Weapons and Nonproliferation”
















Clockwise from bottom left: George W. Bush and Manmohan Singh, U.S.-India Nuclear Deal, CNS Research Story; Bushehr Nuclear Plant, CNS Images Database; Presidents Bush and Putin sign a historic arms reduction treaty at the Kremlin, May 24, 2002, CNS Images Database; UN Secretary General Kofi Annan addresses the 2005 NPT Review Conference, New York, May 2005, UN photo gallery; Center: Operation Ivy, Mike Shot, 10/31/52, Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office.


April 27-28, 2006

Beach Resort Monterey, Monterey, CA


April 24, 2006


Dear CIF Students and Teachers,


Welcome to Monterey, California! We are excited to have this year’s Spring Student-Teacher Conference of the Critical Issues Forum again in Monterey!


We hope you will have the opportunity to apply what you have already learned and extend your knowledge through the proceedings. We hope you take the opportunity to meet other students and teachers from around the United States and Russia.


Congratulations to all of you for your great work on the topic of “Nuclear Weapons and Nonproliferation.” We trust you have enjoyed learning about nonproliferation and disarmament issues and will continue to apply your knowledge to future studies.


Best wishes for a successful conference,




Fred Wehling, Ph.D.

Associate Professor, Graduate School of International Policy Studies

CNS Education Coordinator


Acknowledgements

The 2005-06 Critical Issues Forum program was made possible by the generous support of:


Battelle Corporation

The Ford Foundation

U.S. Department of Energy


AGENDA

Critical Issues Forum

Spring 2006 Student – Teacher Conference

Nuclear Weapons and Nonproliferation”

Beach Resort Monterey

2600 Sand Dunes Drive, Monterey, CA

April 27-28, 2006


Thursday, April 27:

8:00—9:00 Breakfast

9:00—9:10 Welcome and introductory remarks: Dr. Clara Yu, President,Monterey Institute of International Studies

9:10—10: 40 Student presentations

1) 9:10-9:40 Medina Valley HS, Castroville, TX

2) 9:40-10:10 Gymnasium Severskaya, Seversk

3) 10:10-10:40 Orinda Academy, Orinda, CA

10:40-10:55 Break

10:55-12:25 Student presentations

4) 10:55-11:25 School # 41, Novouralsk

5) 11:25-11:55 Redwood Christian HS, San Lorenzo, CA

6) 11:55-12:25 School #76, Lesnoy

12:25—12:30 Announcement

12:30—1:30 Lunch

1:30 —2:00 Keynote address, “Iran's Nuclear Crisis: Cooler Heads Need to Prevail,” Mr. Sammy Salama, Research Associate, Center for Nonproliferation Studies

2:00—3:00 Student presentations

7) 2:00-2:30 Franklin HS, Elk Grove, CA

8) 2:30-3:00 Gymnasium Didakt, Zarechny, Penza

3:00—3:15 Break

3:15—4:15 Student presentations

9) 3:15-3:45 School #2, Sarov

10) 3:45-4:15 Linguistic Gymnasium, Zelenogorsk

4:15—4:30 Announcements

4:30 Adjourn

6:00 -8:00 Social gathering and Dinner at the hotel


Friday, April 28:

8:00—9:00 Breakfast

9:00—9:10 Announcements

9:10—10:40 Student presentations

11) 9:10-9:40 School #39, Ozersk & School #125, Snezhinsk

12) 9:40-10:10 Highland HS, Palmdale, CA

13) 10:10-10:40 School #2, Zarechny

10:40—10:55 Break

10:55—12:25 Student presentations

14) 10:55-11:25 LBJ HS, Johnson City, TX

15) 11:25-11:55 School for Cosmonautics, Zheleznogorsk

16) 11:55 -12:25 Charles W. Weber Institute, Stockton, CA

12:25-12:30 Announcement

12:30—1:30 Lunch

1:30—2:00 Awards ceremony

2:15 Administrative activity for Russian participants

3:45 Depart for Cannery Row (school bus)

8:00 Leave Cannery Row for the hotel (school bus)


Participants

(in order of presentation)



Medina Valley High School

8395 FM 471 South

Castroville, Texas 78009-5309


Teacher

Col. Robert J. Dzur (Ret), USAF

Student

Louis M. Hawkins

Student

Timothy G. Walker

Student

John R. Middlebrooks

Student

Meghan A. Mangum



The Texas-20009th AFJROTC Cadet Operations Group’s position on nuclear weapons and nonproliferation is that every possible effort should be made for nonproliferation of nuclear weapons. Countries should be discouraged from developing nuclear weapons. Countries that already do have nuclear weapons should be encouraged to reduce their nuclear stockpiles. Pure fission, boosted fission, Teller-Ulam device, neutron, nuclear states, nuclear power, plutonium, reprocessing, North Korea’s nuclear program treaties – those are areas developed in our study. Our PowerPoint presentation covers: 1) all the ways in which countries manufacture nuclear weapons; 2) the treaties and agreements between different countries on the use of nuclear weapons; 3) the history and background of nuclear weapons is also presented in our study.


Участники

(в порядке презентаций)



Школа “Медина Вэлли”

8395 FM 471 South

Castroville, Texas 78009-5309


Преподаватель

Полковник Роберт Дж. Дзур (в отст.), ВВС США

Студент/ка, ученик/-ца

Луис М. Хокинс

Студент/ка, ученик/-ца

Тимофи Г. Уокер

Студент/ка, ученик/-ца

Джон Р. Миддлбрукс

Студент/ка, ученик/-ца

Меган А. Магнум



Позиция кадетского операционного корпуса Техасского 20009-го AFJROTC (службы вневойсковой подготовки младших офицеров резерва ВВС [военно-воздушных сил]) касательно ядерного оружия и нераспостранения является следующей: всевозможные усилия должны быть приложены в сторону нераспостранения ядерного оружия. Страны должны быть отговорены от развития ядерного оружия. Страны, уже имеющие ядерное оружие, должны поощряться к уменьшению своих ядерных арсеналов. Области, которые мы изучали, включают ядерное расщепление, нейтроны, ядерные страны, ядерную энергию, плутоний, ядерную переработку, договоры о ядерной программе Северной Кореи. В нашу презентацию PowerPoint входит следующее: 1) все способы, которыми страны разрабатывают ядерное оружие; 2) договоры и соглашения между различными странами касательно использования ядерного оружия; 3) история и истоки ядерного оружия.



Gymnasium Severskaya,

88 Kalinin Street

Seversk, Tomsk oblast, 634070, Russia


Teacher

Elena Gubina

Student

Ekaterina Kuzmenko




Северская Гимназия,

Россия, 634070, Томская Область,

Северск, ул. Калинина 88


Преподаватель

Елена Губина

Студент/ка, ученик/-ца

Екатерина Кузьменко




Orinda Academy

19 Altarinda Road

Orinda, CA, 94563


Teacher

Bob Shayler

Student

Steven Kastenbaum

Student

Monte Melnick

Student

Jieun Kim



A Mock Nuclear Attack and the

Problems Regarding Attacks & Pop-Culture


We will be presenting a model nuclear attack scenario for the San Francisco Bay Area using Microsoft PowerPoint and an overhead projector. We will discuss the events of a nuclear explosion that occurs when a commercial airliner with a nuclear device explodes over the San Francisco Bay. The main focus is not how such an explosion will affect the city of San Francisco, but rather the communities that surround it. This will demonstrate how nuclear weapons affect areas that are not intended targets and how we all are affected by the proliferation of such weapons. The presentation also will discuss the problems in popular culture with nuclear attacks.



Академия “Оринда”

19 Altarinda Road

Orinda, CA, 94563


Преподаватель

Боб Шейлер

Студент/ка, ученик/-ца

Стивен Кастенбаум

Студент/ка, ученик/-ца

Монти Мелник

Студент/ка, ученик/-ца

Джун Ким



Инсценировка ядерной атаки. Проблемы ядерных атак и поп-культура.


Мы представим инсценированную модель ядерной атаки на область залива Сан-Франциско, используя Microsoft PowerPoint и прожектор. Мы обсудим процесс вымышленного ядерного взрыва, происходящего в момент, когда коммерческий самолет с ядерным прибором взрывается над заливом Сан-Франциско. Важно будет не только то, что такой взрыв повлияет на сам город Сан-Франциско, но и то, как он повлияет на места жительства окружающей город местности. Таким образом, будет продемонстрировано, что ядерное оружие часто имеет непреднамеренные последствия для местностей, не предназначавшихся в качестве мишеней. В процессе презентации будут также обсуждены связанные с ядерным оружием проблемы поп-культуры.



School # 41,

38A Lenin Street, Novouralsk, Russia


Teacher

Larisa Dmitrieva

Student

Anna Pospelova



There will be a look into past, present and future of the world in terms of nuclear proliferation and arms disarmament. Anna will try to give some fresh point of view on the critical issues regarding nonproliferation and arms disarmament through the cartoons. Using a humorous medium can often contribute to a better and, in some cases, to a quite sudden comprehension of the very essence of the problem considered. The cartoons used in the presentation are taken from The Nonproliferation Review and Newsweek.



Школа N. 41,

Россия, Новоуральск, улица Ленина 38А


Преподаватель

Лариса Дмитриева

Студент/ка, Ученик/-ца

Анна Поспелова



Мы заглянем в прошлый, настоящий и будущий мир ядерного распостранения и разоружения. Анна попытается представить свежий взгляд на проблемы нераспостранения и разоружения, используя при этом карикатуры. Применение юмористических средств зачастую способствует лучшему, а иногда и внезапному переосмышлению рассматриваемой проблемы. Карикатуры, используемые в презентации, взяты из журналов “The Nonproliferation Review” и “Newsweek”.



Redwood Christian High School,

1000 Paseo Grande, San Lorenzo, CA 94580


Teacher

George Sugimura

Student

Monica Brunetto

Student

Ben Johnson
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