I’m in Washington, but in meetings all day. Then, I’m traveling the rest of the week. (How to contact me)

I’ve got a weekly staff meeting, a strategy session of defense and arms-control groups much of the afternoon, and a conversation with visiting members of the Colombian Senate’s peace committee. After 9:30 or so, I won’t be at a keyboard and will have difficulty answering my phone.

Tomorrow, I go to Cuba for the first time in five years, for a series of conversations between U.S. and Cuban scholars. I’ll be there the rest of the week. If telecoms have improved since the last time I visited Cuba, I may be reachable. If they haven’t, I may as well be spending the week in the Himalayas.