At a Russian Foreign Ministry celebration of Amb. Timerbaev's 90th birthday

In Remembrance of Ambassador Roland Timerbaev

It is with great sadness that I acknowledge the passing of a giant in the field of nonproliferation diplomacy.

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A Mysterious Explosion Took Place in Russia. What Really Happened?

Russia’s catastrophic test of a nuclear-powered missile proves that a new global arms race will mean new nuclear accidents.

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Behavioral Economics and Nuclear Weapons

New book shows how nuclear choices deviate from “rational” decision making.

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Assistant Secretary Ford on Efforts Toward a Middle East WMD-Free Zone

The US representative calls for “practical steps and confidence-building measures.”

Students from Japan US and Russia in Nagasaki Japan

Learning from Hiroshima and Nagasaki

To reach peace and security, we need to overcome maintaining the status quo.

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Revealed: North Korea’s Likely New Submariner Training Center

North Korea’s images of a new submarine, likely with multiple submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs).

(L–R:) IONP Director Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova, IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano, and CNS Director Bill Potter. Photo taken during DG Amano’s first university lecture after assuming his position as DG at the IAEA. April 16, 2010.

In Remembrance of Director General Yukiya Amano

It is with great sadness that I observe the passing of my friend, Yukiya Amano.

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DC Luncheon: Whither a Middle East WMD-Free Zone

A conversation with Assistant Secretary Christopher Ford.

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Next-Gen Nonproliferation Experts Shine at CNS Major Supporters’ Event

17 summer undergraduate nonproliferation fellows give their research presentations.

CRDF Global Fellow Develops Arabic Nuclear Security Course

Online training in more languages widens the pool of learners.