Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Larry was a great man -- a huge contributor both to practice and to scholarship on nuclear nonproliferation. And a genuinely friendly and open person, always eager to discuss issues, even with much younger and less experienced colleagues.

I was blessed to have the opportunity to interact with Larry in my time in the NGO world, in government, and in academia. He almost always had a carefully considered view of what could be done about a problem -- and often a "venturesome" (as John Steinbruner would have said) proposal to offer. He truly helped us understand the balance states seek between national sovereignty and international responsibility in the nuclear space.

Condolences to his family and his many friends. Another giant has passed.