Nuclear

Event flyer highlighting Dr. Lassina Zerbo

US, Russian, and Japanese High School Students Meet in Nagasaki to Discuss CTBT

Dr. Lassina Zerbo, the executive secretary of the CTBTO, is scheduled to deliver the conference’s keynote address.

Workshop panel discussion

Diplomats Gather in Annecy for Diplomatic Workshop on Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)

On March 10-11, 2017 CNS hosted its traditional two-day diplomatic workshop in Annecy, France on the NPT.

North Korea Nuclear / Radiological

North Korea is Practicing for Nuclear War

North Korea is not testing missiles – they are conducting military exercises.

Alexander Nikitin

What Moscow Expects from the Trump Administration

VIDEO: Dr. Alexander Nikitin offers his insights about the agenda for American-Russian dialogue under the Trump administration and Moscow’s expectations.

Anticipating the Trump Administration’s Nuclear Posture Review

VIDEO: Brad Roberts of Lawrence Livermore National Labs offers his insight about the potential nuclear policy of the Trump administration.

CNS, MIIS, and Consulate General of Mexico Commemorate Tlatelolco Treaty’s 50th Anniversary

Director General for the UN System at the Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs delivers special seminar on the Tlatelolco Treaty at CNS.

Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CNS Director William Potter traveled to Mexico City to attend events commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Tlatelolco.

Participants of the workshop “Nuclear Security Policy and Practice in the African Continent” in Accra, Ghana

CNS Workshop Builds African Capacity to Strengthen Nuclear and Radiological Security

FEBRUARY 6–10, 2017: CNS and the African Center for Science and International Security (AFRICSIS) conducted their second joint capacity-building workshop.

First Atomic Bomb from China

China’s Happy to Sit Out the Nuclear Arms Race

China has figured out low-cost deterrence and the limits of nuclear weapons.

Everyone Fails Nuclear Weapons Tests Sometimes

The first step toward having an honest conversation about nuclear arsenals is admitting they don’t always work flawlessly.