2015 NPT Monitoring Report

2015 NPT Monitoring Report – Disarmament

Implementation of the conclusions & recommendations adopted at the 2010 NPT Review Conference Disarmament – Actions 1-22

China's ambitious plans for nuclear energy

China’s Ambitious Plans for Nuclear Energy

Analysis of China’s nuclear nuclear energy program and potential exports by Stephanie Lieggi and Miles Pomper.

New Short Course on Nuclear Arms Control to Take Place in Washington, DC

DEADLINE JUNE 20: US Government officials are invited to apply for the July 14-18, 2014, nuclear arms control course at the CNS Washington, DC office.

myanmar chemical weapons facility

Suspect Defense Facility in Myanmar

Satellite images confirm Unity Journal story alleging Myanmar built a chemical weapons facility.

7th US-China Conference on Arms Control, Disarmament and Nonproliferation

DECEMBER 16-17, 2009: CNS co-hosts US-China meeting: Enhancing Strategic Stability and Cooperation between Beijing and Washington.

OP#15: Engaging China and Russia on Nuclear Disarmament

Occasional Paper #15: Analysis and recommendations on how to place Beijing and Moscow on “the road to zero.”

China’s Belated Embrace of MIRVs

Multiple warhead capability won’t alter China’s strategic posture, writes Jeffrey Lewis in a new Stimson book.

Assessing Chinese Nonproliferation Policy: Progress, Problems and Issues for the United States

China has made gradual progress in its nonproliferation policy over the last decade.

The War on Terrorism: China’s Opportunities and Dilemmas

Jing-dong Yuan September 25, 2001 As the Bush administration rallies the international community into a broad-based coalition to support a war on terrorism, China’s reaction and posture are on the minds of US policy-makers, security analysts, and the world media. In the aftermath of the tragedy on Black Tuesday, some see opportunities for Beijing to […]