With one foot planted in Harvard Yard, the other among scientists in the Soviet Union, Paul Doty became a leading advisor to successive presidential administrations on nuclear arms control as he bridged the intellectual divide during the Cold War. As founder of what is now the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs at Harvard, he also nurtured a generation of policymakers who have helped shape nonproliferation accords.
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