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~ Albert Einstein
December 1, 1952

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Dr. Yangyang Cheng, the Bulletin's 2017 Rieser Award recipient, brought down the house at this year's Annual Dinner. Read her essay, "Let science be science again."

California Governor Jerry Brown is the Bulletin's new executive chair. His stirring call to action at the Annual Dinner brought the audience to its feet. Read an interview with Governor Brown about why he's joining the Bulletin.

A discussion with former Secretary of Defense and chair of the Bulletin's Board of Sponsors William Perry, Ambassador Joseph Yun, and Bulletin president and CEO Rachel Bronson explored nuclear risk on the Korean Peninsula, the INF Treaty, and US/Russia relations.