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New Risks and New Arms Control Solutions: North Korea, Disruptive Technologies, and the New Arms Race

The 2019 Arms Control Association Annual Meeting will bring together members and colleagues in the field, journalists, U.S. and international officials, and prominent experts and policymakers to discuss ongoing effort to rein-in Pyongyang’s nuclear and missile programs, the challenges posed by new weapons technologies, strategies for preventing a new U.S.-Russian arms race, and more. A Read More


2019 Arms Control Association Annual Meeting

New Risks and New Arms Control Solutions: North Korea, Disruptive Technologies, and the New Arms Race 9:00 a.m. Welcome Thomas Countryman,  Chair of the Board, Arms Control Association 9:15 a.m. Morning Panel I “INF, New START, and the Crisis in U.S.-Russian Arms Control” Ambassador Richard Burt, Former U.S. Diplomat and Negotiator on the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START), Read More



Nuclear Weapons and the Challenge of Regional Rivalries by Lawrence Rubin and Adam N. Stulberg, Editors Join us as Ambassador Eric Edelman, CSBA Counselor, and Rebecca Hersman, Senior Adviser in the International Security Program and Director of the Project on Nuclear Issues at CSIS, discuss this new volume with the editors, Lawrence Rubin and Adam Read More


Constraining Iran’s nuclear and missile capabilities

The Trump administration’s “maximum pressure campaign” is putting Iran under great stress, but it is unlikely to compel Tehran to accept its far-reaching demands. The United States needs a new strategy for constraining Iran’s future nuclear capabilities as well as its missile program. Two new Brookings monographs — “Constraining Iran’s Future Nuclear Capabilities” by Robert Read More


U.S. Nuclear Posture: Past, Present and Future

U.S. Nuclear Posture: Past, Present and Future with John Deutch, Former U.S. Deputy Secretary, Department of Defense, and Undersecretary, Department of Energy Drawing on his vast experience inside the U.S. government, John Deutch will address questions around the role of nuclear weapons in U.S. security strategy. How many nuclear weapons does the United States need? Read More


The end of an era? The INF Treaty, New START, and the future of strategic stability

Brookings Institution: 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. On February 1, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that the United States would suspend its obligations under the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, and that pursuant to Article XV of the treaty, the United States would withdraw from the treaty in six months. In response to the announcement, Russian Read More


The Future of Nuclear Arms Control

MARCH 20, 2019 | 12:30 – 2:00 PM THE STIMSON CENTER The Trump administration and the Kremlin have given notice of intent to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. New START may be next on the chopping block. Even if New START can be extended, what steps might usefully follow? Are numerical constraints still feasible? Read More


Nuclear Disarmament Verification via Resonant Phenomena

The Center for International Security and Cooperation will host this seminar at Stanford Abstract: Nuclear disarmament treaties are not sufficient in and of themselves to neutralize the existential threat of the nuclear weapons. Technologies are necessary for verifying the authenticity of the nuclear warheads undergoing dismantlement before counting them towards a treaty partner’s obligation. A team Read More


International Perspectives on Nuclear Materials Security

Hudson Institute, in partnership with the Fissile Materials Working Group (FMWG), will host a panel of international nuclear security experts to discuss global efforts in reducing the risk of nuclear terrorism. The panel will examine challenges regarding the security of nuclear and related materials in the regions of Africa, Eurasia, South Asia, and the Middle Read More


2019 Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference

The Carnegie Endowment invites you to join over 800 experts and officials from more than forty-five countries and international organizations to debate—and explore solutions for—the most pressing challenges in nuclear deterrence, arms control, disarmament, nonproliferation, energy, and security.