The Libya model, 2003: 2 of 2: Lessons learned for denuclearization of a rogue state. William Tobey, @BelferCenter for Science and International Affairs. Nonproliferation Policy Education Center

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(Photo President George W. Bush and Jon Kreykes of the National Security Advanced Technologies group, look over equipment obtained from Libya’s former nuclear weapons program at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge Tenn., Monday, July 12, 2004. White House photo by Tina Hager: )

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The Libya model, 2003: 2 of 2: Lessons learned for denuclearization of a rogue state. William Tobey, @BelferCenter for Science and International Affairs. Nonproliferation Policy Education Center

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William Tobey was Deputy Administrator for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation at the National Nuclear Security Administration from 2006-2009. ere, he managed the U.S. government’s largest program to pre- vent nuclear proliferation and terrorism by detecting, securing, and disposing of dangerous nuclear material. Mr. Tobey also served on the National Security Council Sta under three presidents, in defense policy, arms control, and counter-proliferation positions. He has participated in international negotiations ranging from the START talks with the Soviet Union to the Six Party Talks with North Korea. He also has ten years experi- ence in investment banking and venture capital. He currently serves on the Secretary of State’s International Security Advisory Board and the Nuclear and Radiation Studies Board of the National Academies of Sciences Engineering and Medicine. He chairs the board of the World Institute for Nuclear Security.