Former U.S. Secretary of Defense William J. Perry briefs a Stanford audience on the geopolitical flashpoints he believes are most likely to trigger a nuclear conflict, as he delivers the Center for International Security and Cooperation's annual Drell Lecture.
Russia – A new arms race with tactical nukes the weapon of choice 11:47
China – Potential economic problems ahead and the threat of ultra-nationalism 22:30
North Korea – Building a nuclear arsenal 25:31
Iran – Like it or not, this the only deal we'll ever get 31:07
Pakistan – Another "Mumbai" attack could trigger a regional nuclear war 34:53
Nuclear Terrorism – A nightmare scenario 38:33
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