Please join the Project on Nuclear Issues for our 2021 Fall Conference. The virtual conference will feature a keynote address as well as presentations from emerging nuclear experts covering topics such as nuclear policy, arms control and proliferation challenges, technology and capabilities, and deterrence. Day 1, October 5 Registration Day 2, October 6 Registration Read More
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Ploughshares Fund seeks applicants for a competitive, one-year paid position as a Roger L. Hale Fellow. The Fellowship will provide an exemplary individual with an outstanding opportunity to develop professional skills by working at a leading peace and security institution that has been at the forefront of nuclear nonproliferation policy, advocacy and grantmaking for more than three decades.
In short, there are really two key issues related to Iran’s ballistic missiles, not one. Although there are few easy answers to either of these, a proper framing is an essential starting point to open up a broader set of ideas and potential solutions.
Tough negotiations to save the Iranian nuclear deal are resuming, and they are by no means guaranteed to succeed.
This is part 2 of the two-part series discussing theories and evidence on whether the NPT has Limited the Spread of Nuclear Weapons.
Winding back Iran’s nuclear program and Trump-era sanctions won’t be easy.
Despite evidence that the NPT has been helpful in restraining proliferation, there is still work to be done to understand how and why the NPT continues to work and under what conditions it may no longer work.
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