Conferences

Moscow Command and Control Bunker

US-Russian Dialogue on Strategic Stability Held 65 Meters Underground in Moscow Command and Control Bunker

Participants shared the view that normalizing relations was of fundamental importance to the maintenance of strategic stability.

New Tools Workshop 2017

Workshop on Applications of Innovative Tools and Technologies for Nonproliferation

CNS connected nonproliferation researchers and practitioners with leading tech developers in Silicon Valley.

US-Russia Dialogue on Nuclear Issues

US-Russia Dialogue on Nuclear Issues

A track 1.5 event brought together current and former government officials and experts to identify areas of cooperation.

“Stress Testing” the Draft Convention on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

A CNS workshop examined key provisions of the draft nuclear-weapon ban treaty to identify potential problems and seek possible solutions.

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.

Nuclear Security Summit 2016fi

Summits Made Some Headway on Security

DECEMBER 1, 2016: Nuclear Security Summits are improving the security of vulnerable nuclear material.

US Navy in Full Chemical Protective Gear

Keeping the Biological Weapons Convention Relevant

NOVEMBER 1, 2016: Officials have the opportunity to revise the way in which discussions are planned and held to better protect against biological weapons.

Event: Lessons Learned from Eliminating WMD

The Nonproliferation Review launched its newest volume: a special, double issue on eliminating weapons of mass destruction.

Upcoming Event Washington DC

WMD Practitioners’ Short Course, October 3-7, 2016

Course on “Nuclear Weapons Policy and Arms Control” is open to US government personnel, fellows, and select foreign embassies.

The Eighth US-China Conference on Arms Control, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation

The Eighth US-China Conference on Arms Control, Disarmament, and Nonproliferation

The track 1.5 conference brought together government officials and nongovernmental experts from the United States and China in a productive exchange.