Youth Forum Participants (Photo credits: Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Andrew King)

US and Russian Critical Issues Forum Students Shine in the Youth Forum in Nagasaki

Four CIF students were invited by the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the “Forum of Youth Communicators for a World without Nuclear Weapons.”

2016-17 Critical Issues Forum Focuses on CTBT

This year’s participants will study nuclear weapon-testing history, the CTBT negotiations, the treaty’s current status, challenges, and prospects.

CNS article

Keeping Up the Momentum on Nuclear Security Improvements

A multicultural panel of experts provided different perspectives, analysis, and recommendations.

42nd Parliament, House of Commons Chamber in session

CNS Expert Melissa Hanham Testifies in Canadian Parliament on DPRK Sanctions

Sanctions are not a panacea, Hanham asserts, but they have slowed Pyongyang’s development of WMD.

Nuclear Security Summit 2016fi

Summits Made Some Headway on Security

Nuclear Security Summits are improving the security of vulnerable nuclear material.

Upcoming Event: Monterey, California

Myths and Misinformation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)

DECEMBER 6, 2016: Seminar with speaker Joe Brazda of the Center for Nonproliferation Studies.

Ambassador Sergey Kislyak and CNS Director William Potter

High-level Russian Official Leads Discussion on Bilateral Relations

Ambassador Sergey Kislyak shares ideas on areas for progress in deteriorated US-Russia relations.

MENACS delegation at the BWC RevCon

Launch of New Biological Weapons Convention Website

A CNS project’s new website aims to enhance knowledge and awareness of the biological weapons regime.

Upcoming Event: Monterey, California

Using Network Analysis to Understand Russian Oil and Gas Policy

NOVEMBER 10, 2016: Seminar with speaker Adam N. Stulberg of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs.

US Navy in Full Chemical Protective Gear

Keeping the Biological Weapons Convention Relevant

Officials have the opportunity to revise the way in which discussions are planned and held to better protect against biological weapons.