NOVEMBER 1, 2016: Officials have the opportunity to revise the way in which discussions are planned and held to better protect against biological weapons.
Course on “Nuclear Weapons Policy and Arms Control” is open to US government personnel, fellows, and select foreign embassies.
The track 1.5 conference brought together government officials and nongovernmental experts from the United States and China in a productive exchange.
The alliance will seek to expand its readiness vis-à-vis Russia and violence from neighboring Iraq and Syria.
CNS has compiled a set of frequently asked questions (FAQ) relating to the PrepCom meeting to be held in Geneva starting April 22 to May 3, 2013.