The debate on the direction of Iran’s nuclear program is a multifaceted puzzle which will continue to draw attention for the foreseeable future. Will Iran cross the threshold and weaponize its decades long nuclear program?
Returning to the deal is not only viable but also presents the best chance of preventing an Iranian bomb.
Why, exactly, does Iran’s abandoned nuclear weapons program still matter for U.S. policy? Three primary reasons stand out.
Held virtually, this conference will feature two days of presentations from rising experts covering topics such as regional nuclear policy and strategy, arms control and disarmament, proliferation challenges, and deterrence. All participants must pre-register to attend.
For decades, America gave allies and partners good reason to shelve their nuclear weapons efforts.
Join us for Arms Control Idol! The live, online grand final will be held on Tuesday, 15 September at 3.00pm-4.30pm BST. The global arms control regime is in peril. With the end of the INF Treaty, allegations of Russian cheating on various agreements, and US plans to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty, arms control Read More
This joint CNAS-CSIS report identifies seven trends that are eroding the barriers to nuclear proliferation.
Join the Institute of Nuclear Materials Management and the Stanley Center for Peace and Security for their upcoming event “Emerging Digital Technology for Nonproliferation and Nuclear Security.” Featuring Nidhi Kalra (RAND) and Dimitri Finker (IAEA). Sept 9th (11am-12:30pm Eastern)
Virtual Report Launch: Toward a More Proliferated World? | The Geopolitical Forces that Will Shape the Spread of Nuclear Weapons
Spotlight Webinar: The Future of the Nuclear Threat Professional Field