Dr. Lassina Zerbo's September visit includes an ArmsControlWonk.com podcast recording, available for download.
CNS and VCDNP experts review main issues facing the 2014 IAEA General Conference.
32 diplomats from 22 countries of Latin America and the Caribbean participated in the course.
This week’s NATO summit may mark a turning point away from US-Russian arms control and could lead to a renewed emphasis on nuclear weapons.
Learn about Project Alpha of King's College London, countering illicit proliferation-related trade.
Changes to NATO’s defense posture are likely to involve a strengthening of its conventional, rather than nuclear deterrent.
There are insufficient legal and financial incentives to protect high-risk radiological sources from terrorists.
Russia has violated the 197 INF Treaty. The US can get them back into compliance.
A writing competition featuring an $8,000 grand prize.
Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova is the new IONP Director.
Students have lots of ways to explore all that Monterey and CNS have to offer
CNS reviews a new report on social media and other internet tools for societal verification.
On 19-20 June 2014, VCDNP and CNS held a diplomatic workshop in Baden, Austria.
Congressional testimony highlights future of nuclear energy cooperation and risks of nuclear proliferation
Can Ukraine keep its spotless nuclear rating after having been carved up by Russia?
Israel shows a little leg on how much it spends on nuclear weapons - weapons it does not even admit to having.
CNS Deputy discusses ongoing Iran nuclear negotiations, timelines, and possible pitfalls if and when an agreement is reached.
Hans Blix and other experts discuss lessons learned from the IAEA inspections in Iraq in the 1990s.
Some of Iran's past nuclear activities have to be disclosed, but maybe not all.
Recommendations to achieve the goal, a legacy of the Nuclear Security Summit process begun by President Obama.
Satellite images confirm Unity Journal story alleging Myanmar built a chemical weapons facility.
New nuclear cooperation agreement with Vietnam may not be perfect, but it is progress.
The Marshall Islands filed 9 lawsuits against states possessing nuclear weapons.
CNS launches new website to promote nonproliferation expertise and engagement in the Middle East.
DEADLINE MAY 30: Identify how states and companies ensure that dual-use items are not used to produce WMD.
Updates from the NPT Preparatory Committee (PrepCom) meeting, including a Twitter feed and photos.
Four years after the adoption of the NPT Action Plan, progress on nuclear disarmament is disappointing.
Possible implications for the 2014 NPT PrepCom.
Opinion: Nonproliferation & disarmament education for high school students has never been more important.
APRIL 4-5, 2014: CNS brings together students from Japan, Russia & the US to study nuclear Issues.
Next year’s Conference promises to be contentious, with the changing debate on nuclear disarmament taking center stage.
While impediments to a more assertive US role are immense, progress could be achieved with astute and bold leadership.
CNS is creating an online training course as part of a project to raise awareness on CBRN risk mitigation.
MARCH 20-22, 2014: CNS Workshop - Part of the project, "Nuclear Norms and Global Governance."
53 national leaders met in The Hague for the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit. Are we safer?
MARCH 14-15, 2014: CNS hosted a 2-day diplomatic workshop in Annecy, France.
September 18th public briefing on the current negotiations of Iran's nuclear program featuring ISIS' David Albright and CNS' Jon Wolfsthal.
Come hear MIIS students describe their project work at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) this summer.