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If I were advising President Obama, I'd say you have to be prepared for some trade-offs with countries that don't place the same priority on this issue that you do," Charles Ferguson, president of the Federation of Atomic Scientists in Washington, told reporters.
Founded in 1945 as the Federation of Atomic Scientists by members of the Manhattan Project to address the implications and dangers of the nuclear age, today FAS addresses a wide range of science and societal issues, including those of population, energy, agriculture, medical care, and ethnic conflict in various countries.