, coordinator for arms control and weapons of mass destruction terrorism, National Security Council, quoted in "Obama Adviser Gary Samore
: 'The Ball Is Very Much in Tehran's Court' " (interview), Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty, 14 April 2011, http://www.
Last November, the Times quoted Samore
as saying , "From the beginning, the administration thought a nuclear agreement with Iran would need elements to deal with the overt program and one to detect covert facilities.
However, Gary Samore
, former advisor to US President Barrack Obama on counter-proliferation, ruled out the notion, saying Pakistanis and Saudis did not have that kind of an understanding between them.
Re-entry is a real challenge,'' said Gary Samore
, a Harvard scholar who served as Obama's top adviser on weapons of mass destruction during his first term.
, "Middle East Security and Non-Proliferation: Gary Samore
," International Institute for Security Studies, 8 December 2013, www.
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The author, Gary Gambill, pits in this debate David Albright and Bruno Tertrais, Gary Samore
, and Emily Landau, Shimon Stein, and Ephraim Asculai against Jon Wolfsthal, Jofi Joseph, and Bob Einhorn.
Prof Dr Akram Malik, Dr Ghulam Mahboob Subhani, Dr Ashraf Ali Jafari, Dr Muhammad Ali, Dr Muhammad Akmal Samore
, Dr Muhammad Irfan Munir, Dr Hafiz Saifur Rehman, Dr Muhammad Sohail, Dr Muhammad Yasin, Dr Imran Qadir, Dr Naeem Ashraf, Dr Moin Anwar and Dr Awais Noor participated and paid tributes to Prof Khan.
It depends on whether the Russians agree to implement this deal," said Gary Samore
, former nuclear non-proliferation czar for President Barack Obama.
A useful blast of reality was aimed at the six-month interim deal by Gary Samore
of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, who, during 2009 to 2013, spoke with considerable authority as he was Obama's White House coordinator for arms control and weapons of mass destruction.
Listening to it, Harvard scholar and former White House official Gary Samore
said he expected forthcoming nuclear talks between Tehran and international powers, most of them allies of the Arabs, to be "a very protracted and difficult negotiation with uncertain results".
He was joined by Harvard University's Belfer Centre for Science and International Affairs executive director for research Dr Gary Samore
, who said the US administration, in the past, has failed to address Israel with regard to weapons of mass destruction.