Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins: Reducing threats, increasing diversity

By Dawn Stover | November 1, 2018

In this interview, Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins talks about her work on arms control and nuclear security and discusses differences between the Obama and Trump administrations on issues including nuclear weapons modernization and the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. She highlights the scarcity of women and people of color in national security, explains why that matters, and describes how the organization she founded last year – Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation – is working to diversify the field.

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