Nuclear

“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.

Cover of "When Did (and Didn’t) States Proliferate?"

When Did (and Didn’t) States Proliferate?

New joint CNS-Belfer Center publication chronicles the history of—and reasons behind—nuclear proliferation worldwide.

Israel’s Secret Plan to Nuke the Egyptian Desert

In May 1967, facing an unprecedented existential threat from Egypt and its other neighbors, Israel drew up a plan to detonate nukes in the Egyptian desert in a massive demonstration of power.

Insider Threat

Insider Threats

VIDEO: A worst practices guide to preventing leaks, attacks, theft, and sabotage. Seminar with Matthew Bunn.

The Location of America’s Nuclear Submarines Isn’t Really a Secret

The Location of America’s Nuclear Submarines Isn’t Really a Secret

Donald Trump’s mistake wasn’t lack of discretion. It was being too clever by half.

Elena Sokova, CNS Deputy Director

Nuclear Transparency Measures

Deputy Director Elena Sokova discusses US-Russian information exchanges on a CSIS podcast.

NAM Disarmament Database 2017

The Non-Aligned Movement Disarmament Database

VIDEO: Current research and future initiatives of the database. Seminar with CNS GRA Tracy Lyon.

CTBTO Youth Group presentation

CTBTO Youth Group Presentation Well-Received at NPT PrepCom

On May 4th, Monterey-based CTBTO Youth Group members presented their research on elevating the profile of the CTBT in the NPT context.

North Korea Nuclear / Radiological

Have North Korea’s Missile Tests Paid Off?

North Korea’s missile tests may eventually result in a deployable ICBM.

Is the United States Really Blowing Up North Korea’s Missiles?

The failures of North Korea’s missile launches are not the result of hacking.