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Post-INF Treaty: The Future of Arms Competition, the End of Nuclear Arms Control?

About this Event On August 2, 2019, the United States officially withdrew from the 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, citing Russian testing and deployment of missiles banned by the treaty. In the weeks after its withdrawal, the United States has tested its own intermediate-range ground-launched cruise missile, while Russia has continued to claim it Read More

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Post-INF Treaty: Future of Arms Competition, End of Nuclear Arms Control?

About this Event On August 2, 2019, the United States officially withdrew from the 1987 Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, citing Russian testing and deployment of missiles banned by the treaty. In the weeks after its withdrawal, the United States has tested its own intermediate-range ground-launched cruise missile, while Russia has continued to claim it Read More

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Renewing Arms Control and Strategic Stability: A Russian Perspective

The strategic relationship between the United States and Russia remains at its lowest point since the Cold War. After 30 years of major reductions in nuclear arsenals to strengthen strategic stability, why is the world entering a new cycle of nuclear and related arms races that is multifaceted and multilateral, putting at risk the entire Read More

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China-Korea Relations

Senior analyst Yang Xiyu, Senior Fellow at China’s Institute of International Studies, joins Society Senior Director Stephen Noerper for a discussion of China’s role on the Korean Peninsula, its relations with South Korea, recent meetings between Chinese President Xi Jinping and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, and China’s commitment to denuclearization on the Korean Read More

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New Strategic Visions and Power Competition in the Middle East

In collaboration with the Italian Institute for International Political Studies (ISPI) and the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, the conference will discuss new strategic visions and power competition in the Middle East. The event is organized within the framework of the fifth edition of MED – Rome Mediterranean Dialogues, which will take Read More

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The Future of U.S. Nuclear Policy

Despite the Cold War ending nearly 30 years ago, Russia and the United States still maintain robust nuclear arsenals and both states are pursuing new nuclear weapons programs. And with the last nuclear arms control pact left between the United States and Russia expiring in 2021, there will be no limits on either states’ nuclear Read More

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Pressing North Korea on Human Rights is Key to Making Progress on Security Issues

President Trump has stopped even mentioning North Korea’s abysmal human rights record in order to secure meetings with Leader Kim Jong-un ostensibly to make progress on serious security issues with North Korea.  After 18 months of White House effort and two and a half summits, however, there has been little progress on denuclearization.  Ambassador King Read More

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JCPOA and the Future of Iran’s Nuclear Program

Panel Discussion Thursday, 3 October 2019 from 12:30 – 14:00 The Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation (VCDNP) cordially invites you to attend a panel discussion on “The JCPOA and the Future of Iran’s Nuclear Program,” on Thursday, 03 October 2019, from 12:30 to 14:00 in the conference room of the Permanent Mission of Japan. Refreshments will be served at Read More

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North Korea: Peace? Nuclear War?

Harvard University’s William Overholt discusses the release of his new edited volume, North Korea: Peace? Nuclear War? with Society President Tom Byrne. Overholt tackles the range of approaches to North Korea, the interplay of development and security, leaders Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong Un, and challenges to alliance management.