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“I also want to thank Daryl Kimball and the Arms Control Association for allowing me to address all of you today and for being such effective advocates for sensible policies to stem the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and most importantly, reduce the risk of nuclear war.”

– Joseph Biden, Jr.
Senator
January 28, 2004
2010 Index

ACT 2010 Index

Additional Protocol: Jenkins, Peter, “Staying Credible: How Precedents Can Help the IAEA Get Noncompliance Calls Right,” Sept., p. 21.

Biological Weapons: Tucker, Jonathan B., “Seeking Biosecurity Without Verification: The New U.S. Strategy on Biothreats,” Jan./Feb., p. 8; DH, “U.S. Lays Out Plans to Address Biothreats,” Jan./Feb., p. 30; Bansak, Kirk, “Delegates Catch Early Glimpses of BWC Review,” Oct., p. 47.

Book Reviews: Krepon, Michael, “The Perils of Proliferation in South Asia,” April, p. 43 (reviews of Peter R. Lavoy, ed., Asymmetric Warfare in South Asia: The Causes and Consequences of the Kargil Conflict; Sumit Ganguly and S. Paul Kapur, eds., Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia: Crisis Behaviour and the Bomb; Scott D. Sagan, ed., Inside Nuclear South Asia); Weiss,  Leonard, “Spreading the Bomb for Profit,” June, p. 42 (review of David Albright, Peddling Peril: How the Secret Nuclear Trade Arms America’s Enemies); Rydell, Randy, “Last Sunset or New Dawn for Nuclear Weapons?” Sept., p. 51 (review of Richard Rhodes, The Twilight of the Bombs: Recent Challenges, New Dangers, and the Prospects for a World Without Nuclear Weapons); Ramberg, Bennett, “Wrestling With Nuclear Opacity,” Nov., p. 53 (review of Avner Cohen, The Worst-Kept Secret: Israel’s Bargain With the Bomb).

Chemical Weapons: OM, “OPCW Chiefs Ponder Chemical Arms Deadlines,” Jan./Feb., p. 32; DH, “Russia Revises Chemical Arms Deadline,” Jul./Aug., p. 43; DH, “U.S. Hikes Aid for Russian Chemical Destruction,” Sept., p. 36; DH, “OPCW Chief Looks to Middle East,” Oct., p. 48; Walker, Paul F., “Abolishing Chemical Weapons: Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities,” Nov., p. 22.

China: PC, “Outreach to North Korea Continues,” March, p. 53; MA & JA, “U.S.-Taiwan Arms Deal AngersChina,” March, p. 54; DH, “China, Pakistan Set Reactor Deal,” June, p. 41; PC, “U.S. Considers New North Korea Talks,” Oct., p. 43.

Cluster Munitions: JA, “Cluster Convention Set to Enter Into Force,” March, p. 51; VP, “Cluster Munitions Treaty Enters Into Force,” Sept., p. 47.

Conference on Disarmament: EA, “Pakistan Raises New Issues at Stalled CD,” March, p. 51; Mian, Zia, and Nayyar A.H., “Playing the Nuclear Game: Pakistan and the Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty,” April, p. 17; PC, “Stalled CD Sparks Plans for Sept. UN Meeting,” Sept., p. 48; DGK, “Time for Leadership on the Fissile Cutoff,” Oct., p. 4; PC, “UN Tackles Disarmament Machinery,” Dec., p. 51;

Conventional Arms Control: JA, “In a First, U.S. Attends Landmine Meeting,” Jan./Feb., p. 29; JA, “Cluster Convention Set to Enter Into Force,” March, p. 51; MA & JA, “U.S.-Taiwan Arms Deal Angers China,” March, p. 54; JA, “U.S. Incendiary-Weapons Policy Rebuffed,” April, p. 39; JA, “Gates Outlines Export Control Overhaul,” May, p. 54; Holtom, Paul, and Bromley, Mark, “The International Arms Trade: Difficult to Define, Measure, and Control,” Jul./Aug., p. 8; Mack, Daniel, “The Arms Trade Treaty PrepCom: Prepared and Committed?” Jul./Aug., p. 15; JA, “Consensus Found at Small Arms Conference,” Jul./Aug., p. 46; JA, “Progress Made at Arms Trade Treaty Meeting,” Sept., p. 46; VP, “Cluster Munitions Treaty Enters Into Force,” Sept., p. 47; JA, “Defense Treaties, Export Reform Move Ahead,” Oct., p. 34.

Conventional Weapons Transfers: MA & JA, “U.S.-Taiwan Arms Deal Angers China,” March, p. 54; Holtom, Paul, and Bromley, Mark, “The International Arms Trade: Difficult to Define, Measure, and Control,” Jul./Aug., p. 8; JA & MW, “U.S. Arms Deals Decline in Shrinking Market,” Oct., p. 49; JA, “UN Arms Data Mixed As Participation Falls,” Nov., p. 41; PC, “Nigeria Intercepts Iran Arms Shipment,” Dec., p. 48; MS, “Saudi Arms Deal Moves Forward,” Dec., p. 46.

Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty: DGK, “Obama’s Big Nuclear Test,” Jan./Feb., p. 4.

Cyberconflict: Lewis, James A., “Multilateral Agreements to Constrain Cyberconflict,” June, p. 14.

Defense Spending: DH & TZC, “Obama Budget Highlights Stockpile Work,” March, p. 47.

Disarmament: TZC, “Global Panel Calls for Steep Nuclear Cuts,” Jan./Feb., p. 35; PC, DH & DGK, “Taking Stock of the NPT: An Interview With U.S. Special Representative Susan Burk,” March, p. 8; Smith, Harold, and Jeanloz, Raymond, “Britain Leads the Way to Global Zero,” Dec., p. 15; Fuller, James, “Verification on the Road to Zero: Issues for Nuclear Warhead Dismantlement,” Dec., p. 19.

European Union: JA, “U.S. Incendiary-Weapons Policy Rebuffed,” April, p. 39.

Export Controls: JA, “Gates Outlines Export Control Overhaul,” May, p. 54.

In Memoriam: King, John, “Stephen J. Ledogar (1929 - 2010),” June, p. 52.

India: DH, “Indian-U.S. Nuclear Trade Still Faces Hurdles,” Jan./Feb., p. 46; DH, “India, U.S. Agree on Terms for Reprocessing,” May, p. 60; DGK, “Is the NSG Up to the Task?” July/Aug., p. 4; Squassoni, Sharon, “The U.S.-Indian Deal and Its Impact,” Jul./Aug., p. 48; Sethi, Manpreet, “Nuclear Arms Control and India: A Relationship Explored,” Sept., p. 13; EA & DS, “India, Japan Discuss Terms of Nuclear Trade,” Sept., p. 49; EA, “India Passes Nuclear Liability Bill,” Oct., p. 45; EA, “Obama Easing Export Controls on India,” Dec., p. 39; DH, “India Seen Unlikely to Join NSG Soon,” Dec., p. 41.

International Atomic Energy Agency: DH, “IAEA Board Approves Russian Fuel Bank Plan,” Jan./Feb., p. 34; Goldschmidt, Pierre, “Safeguards Noncompliance: A Challenge for the IAEA and the UN Security Council,” Jan./Feb., p. 22; PC, “IAEA Cites Possible Iran Warhead Efforts,” March, p. 31; PC, “Iran Raising Uranium-Enrichment Level,” March, p. 33; PC, “Iran to Mass-Produce Improved Centrifuges,” May, p. 58; PC, “Brazil, Turkey Broker Fuel Swap With Iran,” June, p. 25; PC, “Iranian Fuel Swap Still Up for Discussion,” Jul./Aug., p. 36; Jenkins, Peter, “Staying Credible: How Precedents Can Help the IAEA Get Noncompliance Calls Right,” Sept., p. 21; PC, “IAEA, Iran Clash on Inspections Report,” Oct., p. 38; DH, “Countries Aim for Fuel Bank Endorsement,” Oct., p. 39; PC, “U.S. Seeks IAEA Leverage in Syria Probe,” Oct., p. 40; AN & PC, “IAEA Vote to Press Israel Falls Short,” Oct., p. 42; PC, “Iran Nuclear Efforts Face Critical Limits,” Nov., p. 47.

Iran: PC, “House Adopts Iran Oil Sanctions,” Jan./Feb., p. 43; PC, DH & DGK, “Taking Stock of the NPT: An Interview With U.S. Special Representative Susan Burk,” March, p. 8; PC, “IAEA Cites Possible Iran Warhead Efforts,” March, p. 31; PC, “Iran Raising Uranium-Enrichment Level,” March, p. 33; PC, “Senate Targets Iran’s Oil Suppliers,” March, p. 36; PC, “Putin Predicts Summer Start for Iranian Reactor,” April, p. 33; PC, “Bill on Iran Gasoline Sanctions Nears Approval,” May, p. 56; PC, “Iran to Mass-Produce Improved Centrifuges,” May, p. 58; DGK, “Dealing With Iran’s Uranium,” June, p. 4; PC, “Brazil, Turkey Broker Fuel Swap With Iran,” June, p. 25; PC & MS, “Congress Delays Iran Sanctions,” June, p. 33; PC, “UN Enhances Iran Sanctions,” Jul./Aug., p. 33; PC, “Iranian Fuel Swap Still Up for Discussion,” Jul./Aug., p. 36; PC & MS, “Global Sanctions on Iran Intensify,” Sept., p. 27; PC, “Bushehr Fuel Loading Commences,” Sept., p. 32; Pomper, Miles A., and Harvey, Cole J., “Beyond Missile Defense: Alternative Means to Address Iran’s Ballistic Missile Threat,” Oct., p. 16; PC, “IAEA, Iran Clash on Inspections Report,” Oct., p. 38; PC, “Iran Nuclear Efforts Face Critical Limits,” Nov., p. 47; PC, “Nigeria Intercepts Iran Arms Shipment,” Dec., p. 48.

Israel: DH, “Israel States Strong Interest in Nuclear Energy,” April, p. 35; DH, “Prospect of Nuclear Deal With Israel Dismissed,” Sept., p. 44; Lorenz, Thomas, and Kidd, Joanna, “Israel and Multilateral Nuclear Approaches in the Middle East,” Oct., p. 24; AN & PC, “IAEA Vote to Press Israel Falls Short,” Oct., p. 42.

Japan: EA & DS, “India, Japan Discuss Terms of Nuclear Trade,” Sept., p. 49.

Landmines: JA, “In a First, U.S. Attends Landmine Meeting,” Jan./Feb., p. 29.

Looking Back: Krepon, Michael, and Black, Samuel, “Good News and Bad News on the NPT,” March, p. 56; Meyer, Paul, “Prague One Year Later: From Words to Deeds?” May, p. 64; Squassoni, Sharon, “The U.S.-Indian Deal and Its Impact,” Jul./Aug., p. 48; Hoffman, David E. “Mutually Assured Misperception on SDI,” Oct., p. 52; Wittner, Lawrence S., “The Nuclear Freeze and Its Impact,” Dec., p. 53.

Middle East WMD-Free Zone: PC, DH & DGK, “Taking Stock of the NPT: An Interview With U.S. Special Representative Susan Burk,” March, p. 8; PC, “NPT Parties Agree on Middle East Meeting,” June, p. 21; Lorenz, Thomas, and Kidd, Joanna, “Israel and Multilateral Nuclear Approaches in the Middle East,” Oct., p. 24; DH, “OPCW Chief Looks to Middle East,” Oct., p. 48; AN, “U.S. Consulting on Middle East Meeting,” Dec., p. 50.

Missile Defense: TZC, “U.S. Taps Romania for Missile Defense,” March, p. 44; Lewis, George N., and Postol, Theodore A., “A Flawed and Dangerous U.S. Missile Defense Plan,” May, p. 24; TZC, “Russia, U.S. Working on Joint Launch Notification,” Jul./Aug., p. 42; Pomper, Miles A., and Harvey, Cole J., “Beyond Missile Defense: Alternative Means to Address Iran’s Ballistic Missile Threat,” Oct., p. 16; TZC, “NATO Set to Back Expanded Missile Defense,” Nov., p. 32; Pifer, Steven, “After New START: What Next?” Dec., p. 8; RGV, “NATO Approves Expanded Missile Defense,” Dec., p. 32.

Missile Tests: TZC, “Russia, U.S. Working on Joint Launch Notification,” Jul./Aug., p. 42.

NATO: DGK, “Eliminate NATO’s Nuclear Relics,” March, p. 4; CT & DGK, “Ministers Urge NATO Nuclear Policy Review,” March, p. 38; VC, “Russian Nuclear Threshold Not Lowered,” March, p. 38; TZC, “U.S. Taps Romania for Missile Defense,” March, p. 44; OM, “NATO Chief’s Remark Highlights Policy Rift,” May, p. 35; Kibaroglu, Mustafa, “Reassessing the Role of U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Turkey,” June, p. 8; OM, “NATO Experts Hedge on Nuclear Posture,” June, p. 36; DGK, “NATO’s Nuclear Decision,” Sept., p. 4; OM, “NATO Struggles to Define New Nuclear Doctrine,” Sept., p. 34; OM, and Ingram, Paul, “A Nuclear Posture Review for NATO,” Oct., p. 8; TZC, “NATO Set to Back Expanded Missile Defense,” Nov., p. 32; OM, “NATO Revises Nuclear Policy,” Dec., p. 28; RGV, “NATO Approves Expanded Missile Defense,” Dec., p. 32.

New START: TZC, “START Stalls; Talks Continue,” Jan./Feb., p. 40; DGK, “Next Steps on New START,” April, p. 4; TZC, “New START Near ‘Finish Line,’ Timing Unclear,” March, p. 40; TZC, “New START to Be Signed April 8,” April, p. 27; Pifer, Steven, “New START: Good News for U.S. Security,” May, p. 8; TZC, “New START Signed; Senate Battle Looms,” May, p. 38; TZC, “Senate Begins Hearings on New START,” June, p. 28; TZC, “Key Panel Plans August Vote on New START,” Jul./Aug., p. 38; Gottemoeller, Rose, “New START: Security Through 21st-Century Verification,” Sept., p. 8; TZC, “Key New START Vote Set for Mid-September,” Sept., p. 38; TZC, “Senate Committee Approves New START,” Oct., p. 30; DGK, “Move Ahead With New START,” Nov., p. 4; DGK, “New START Now,” Dec., p. 4; Pifer, Steven, “After New START: What Next?” Dec., p. 8; TZC, “Obama Pushes for Vote on New START,” Dec., p. 43.

Nonproliferation: DGK, “Obama’s Big Nuclear Test,” Jan./Feb., p. 4; Goldschmidt, Pierre, “Safeguards Noncompliance: A Challenge for the IAEA and the UN Security Council,” Jan./Feb., p. 22; DH, “IAEA Board Approves Russian Fuel Bank Plan,” Jan./Feb., p. 34; PC, “House Adopts Iran Oil Sanctions,” Jan./Feb., p. 43; PC, DH & DGK, “Taking Stock of the NPT: An Interview With U.S. Special Representative Susan Burk,” March, p. 8; von Hippel, Frank N. “South Korean Reprocessing: An Unnecessary Threat to the Nonproliferation Regime,” March, p. 22; PC, “IAEA Cites Possible Iran Warhead Efforts,” March, p. 31; PC, “Iran Raising Uranium-Enrichment Level,” March, p. 33; CT & DGK, “Ministers Urge NATO Nuclear Policy Review,” March, p. 38; DH, “NNSA Nonproliferation Funding Poised to Rise,” March, p. 49; PC, “Outreach to North Korea Continues,” March, p. 53; Lüdeking, Rüdiger,  “Renewing the Bargain,” April, p. 9; Hong, Li, “Seizing the Momentum,” April, p. 12; Salander, Henrik,  “Principles and Process,” April, p. 14; Mian, Zia, and Nayyar, A.H., “Playing the Nuclear Game: Pakistan and the Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty,” April, p. 17; DGK, “Strengthen the Nonproliferation Bargain,” May, p. 4; DH, “Russia, U.S. Sign Plutonium Disposition Pact,” May, p. 43; DH, “India, U.S. Agree on Terms for Reprocessing,” May, p. 60; Kelly, Alison, “NPT: Back on Track,” Jul./Aug., p. 21; Choubey, Deepti, “Future Prospects for the NPT,” Jul./Aug., p. 25; PC, “Report Alleges Secret Myanmar Nuclear Work,” Jul./Aug., p. 44; Sethi, Manpreet,  “Nuclear Arms Control and India: A Relationship Explored,” Sept., p. 13; DH, “U.S. Hikes Aid for Russian Chemical Destruction,” Sept., p. 36; PC, “Stalled CD Sparks Plans for Sept. UN Meeting,” Sept., p. 48; DH, “Countries Aim for Fuel Bank Endorsement,” Oct., p. 39; PC, “U.S. Seeks IAEA Leverage in Syria Probe,” Oct., p. 40; Aboul-Enein, Sameh, “NPT 2010: The Beginning of a New Constructive Cycle,” Nov., p. 8; Sigal, Leon V., “Can Washington and Seoul Try Dealing With Pyongyang for a Change?” Nov., p. 16; PC, “N. Korea Reveals Uranium-Enrichment Plant,” Dec., p. 35.

North Korea: PC, “U.S. Envoy Holds Talks in North Korea,” Jan./Feb., p. 45; PC, DH & DGK, “Taking Stock of the NPT: An Interview With U.S. Special Representative Susan Burk,” March, p. 8; von Hippel, Frank N. “South Korean Reprocessing: An Unnecessary Threat to the Nonproliferation Regime,” March, p. 22; PC, “Outreach to North Korea Continues,” March, p. 53; PC, “Probe of Ship Sinking Halts Outreach to N. Korea,” May, p. 62; PC, “U.S. Considers New North Korea Talks,” Oct., p. 43; Sigal, Leon V., “Can Washington and Seoul Try Dealing With Pyongyang for a Change?” Nov., p. 16; PC, “Work at North Korea Reactor Site Unclear,” Nov., p. 49; PC, “N. Korea Reveals Uranium-Enrichment Plant,” Dec., p. 35.

Nuclear Black Markets: PC, “Report Alleges Secret Myanmar Nuclear Work,” Jul./Aug., p. 44.

Nuclear Cooperation Agreements: Von Hippel, Frank N., “South Korean Reprocessing: An Unnecessary Threat to the Nonproliferation Regime,” March, p. 22; DGK, “Pakistan Presses Case for U.S. Nuclear Deal,” April, p. 37; DH, “India, U.S. Agree on Terms for Reprocessing,” May, p. 60; DH, “U.S.-Russian Civil Nuclear Pact Resubmitted,” June, p. 38; DH, “China, Pakistan Set Reactor Deal,” June, p. 41; DGK, “Is the NSG Up to the Task?” Jul./Aug., p. 4; Squassoni, Sharon, “The U.S.-Indian Deal and Its Impact,” Jul./Aug., p. 48; DH, “Prospect of Nuclear Deal With Israel Dismissed,” Sept., p. 44; EA & DS, “India, Japan Discuss Terms of Nuclear Trade,” Sept., p. 49; DH, “Lawmakers Eye Fixes to Law on Nuclear Pacts,” Oct., p. 35.

Nuclear Fuel Cycle: DH, “IAEA Board Approves Russian Fuel Bank Plan,” Jan./Feb., p. 34; PC, DH & DGK, “Taking Stock of the NPT: An Interview With U.S. Special Representative Susan Burk,” March, p. 8; Lewis, Patricia,  “Life at 40: Prospects for the NPT and the 2010 Review Conference,” March, p. 15.

Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty: Goldschmidt, Pierre, “Safeguards Noncompliance: A Challenge for the IAEA and the UN Security Council,” Jan./Feb., p. 22; PC, DH & DGK, “Taking Stock of the NPT: An Interview With U.S. Special Representative Susan Burk,” March, p. 8; Lewis, Patricia, “Life at 40: Prospects for the NPT and the 2010 Review Conference,” March, p. 15; Krepon, Michael, and Samuel, Black, “Good News and Bad News on the NPT,” March, p. 56; Lüdeking, Rüdiger,  “Renewing the Bargain,” April, p. 9; Hong, Li, “Seizing the Momentum,” April, p. 12; Salander, Henrik, “Principles and Process,” April, p. 14; DGK, “Strengthen the Nonproliferation Bargain,” May, p. 4; Kelly, Alison, “NPT: Back on Track,” Jul./Aug., p. 21; Choubey, Deepti, “Future Prospects for the NPT,” Jul./Aug., p. 25; Aboul-Enein, Sameh, “NPT 2010: The Beginning of a New Constructive Cycle,” Nov., p. 8.

NPT Review Conference: PC, DH & DGK, “Taking Stock of the NPT: An Interview With U.S. Special Representative Susan Burk,” March, p. 8; Lewis, Patricia, “Life at 40: Prospects for the NPT and the 2010 Review Conference,” March, p. 15; Krepon, Michael, and Black, Samuel, “Good News and Bad News on the NPT,” March, p. 56; Lüdeking, Rüdiger, “Renewing the Bargain,” April, p. 9; Hong, Li, “Seizing the Momentum,” April, p. 12; Salander, Henrik, “Principles and Process,” April, p. 14; DGK, “Strengthen the Nonproliferation Bargain,” May, p. 4; PC, “NPT Parties Agree on Middle East Meeting,” June, p. 21; TZC, “U.S. Reveals Nuclear Force Plan, Arsenal Levels,” June, p. 31; Kelly, Alison, “NPT: Back on Track,” Jul./Aug., p. 21; Choubey, Deepti, “Future Prospects for the NPT,” Jul./Aug., p. 25; Aboul-Enein, Sameh, “NPT 2010: The Beginning of a New Constructive Cycle,” Nov., p. 8.

Nuclear Security: Luongo, Kenneth N., “Making the Nuclear Security Summit Matter: An Agenda for Action,” Jan./Feb., p. 15; VC, “Work on Nuclear Security Summit Progresses,” Jan./Feb., p. 37; DH, “NNSA Nonproliferation Funding Poised to Rise,” March, p. 49; DH, “Nuclear Summit Set to Host World Leaders,” April, p. 41; DH, “Russia, U.S. Sign Plutonium Disposition Pact,” May, p. 43; VC & DH, “World Leaders Vow to Boost Nuclear Security,” May, p. 46.

Nuclear Suppliers Group: DH, “Israel States Strong Interest in Nuclear Energy,” April, p. 35; DH, “China, Pakistan Set Reactor Deal,” June, p. 41; DH, “NSG Makes Little Headway at Meeting,” Jul./Aug., p. 45; DH, “U.S. Official Mulls Ending NSG Rule Revamp,” Nov., p. 45; EA, “Obama Easing Export Controls on India,” Dec., p. 39; DH, “India Seen Unlikely to Join NSG Soon,” Dec., p. 41.

Pakistan: EA, “Pakistani Nuclear Weapons Now Under PM,” Jan./Feb., p. 47; EA, “Pakistan Raises New Issues at Stalled CD,” March, p. 51; Mian, Zia, and Nayyar, A.H., “Playing the Nuclear Game: Pakistan and the Fissile Material Cutoff Treaty,” April, p. 17; DGK, “Pakistan Presses Case for U.S. Nuclear Deal,” April, p. 37; DH, “China, Pakistan Set Reactor Deal,” June, p. 41; DH, “NSG Makes Little Headway at Meeting,” Jul./Aug., p. 45; Squassoni, Sharon, “The U.S.-Indian Deal and Its Impact,” Jul./Aug., p. 48; Sethi, Manpreet,  “Nuclear Arms Control and India: A Relationship Explored,” Sept., p. 13; PC, “UN Tackles Disarmament Machinery,” Dec., p. 51.

Russia: VC, “Russia Drafts European Security Pact,” Jan./Feb., p. 38; TZC, “START Stalls; Talks Continue,” Jan./Feb., p. 40; OM, “OPCW Chiefs Ponder Chemical Arms Deadlines,” Jan./Feb., p. 32; DH, “IAEA Board Approves Russian Fuel Bank Plan,” Jan./Feb., p. 34; VC, “Russian Nuclear Threshold Not Lowered,” March, p. 38; DH, “NNSA Nonproliferation Funding Poised to Rise,” March, p. 49; TZC, “New START to Be Signed April 8,” April, p. 27; PC, “Putin Predicts Summer Start for Iranian Reactor,” April, p. 33; TZC, “New START Signed; Senate Battle Looms,” May, p. 38; DH, “Russia, U.S. Sign Plutonium Disposition Pact,” May, p. 43; VC & DH, “World Leaders Vow to Boost Nuclear Security,” May, p. 46; DH, “U.S.-Russian Civil Nuclear Pact Resubmitted,” June, p. 38; TZC, “Russia, U.S. Working on Joint Launch Notification,” Jul./Aug., p. 42; DH, “Russia Revises Chemical Arms Deadline,” Jul./Aug., p. 43; Gottemoeller, Rose, “New START: Security Through 21st-Century Verification,” Sept., p. 8; PC, “Bushehr Fuel Loading Commences,” Sept., p. 32; DH, “U.S. Hikes Aid for Russian Chemical Destruction,” Sept., p. 36; TZC & PC, “Russia Complied With START, State Dept. Says,” Sept., p. 41; Pifer, Steven, “After New START: What Next?” Dec., p. 8; Fuller, James, “Verification on the Road to Zero: Issues for Nuclear Warhead Dismantlement,” Dec., p. 19.

Sanctions: PC, “House Adopts Iran Oil Sanctions,” Jan./Feb., p. 43; PC, “Senate Targets Iran’s Oil Suppliers,” March, p. 36; PC, “Bill on Iran Gasoline Sanctions Nears Approval,” May, p. 56; PC & MS, “Congress Delays Iran Sanctions,” June, p. 33; PC, “UN Enhances Iran Sanctions,” June, p. 33; PC & MS, “Global Sanctions on Iran Intensify,” Sept., p. 27.

Small Arms: JA, “Gates Outlines Export Control Overhaul,” May, p. 54; Holtom, Paul, and Bromley, Mark, “The International Arms Trade: Difficult to Define, Measure, and Control,” Jul./Aug., p. 8; Mack, Daniel, “The Arms Trade Treaty PrepCom: Prepared and Committed?” Jul./Aug., p. 15; JA, “Consensus Found at Small Arms Conference,” Jul./Aug., p. 46; JA, “Progress Made at Arms Trade Treaty Meeting,” Sept., p. 46; JA & MW, “U.S. Arms Deals Decline in Shrinking Market,” Oct., p. 49; JA, “UN Arms Data Mixed As Participation Falls,” Nov., p. 41; PC, “Nigeria Intercepts Iran Arms Shipment,” Dec., p. 48.

South Korea: Von Hippel, Frank N., “South Korean Reprocessing: An Unnecessary Threat to the Nonproliferation Regime,” March, p. 22; PC, “Probe of Ship Sinking Halts Outreach to N. Korea,” May, p. 62; PC, “South Korea Charges North in Ship Sinking,” June, p. 40; Sigal, Leon V., “Can Washington and Seoul Try Dealing With Pyongyang for a Change?” Nov., p. 16; PC, “Work at North Korea Reactor Site Unclear,” Nov., p. 49; PC, “UN Tackles Disarmament Machinery,” Dec., p. 51.

Space: JA & VP, “New U.S. Space Policy Open to Arms Control,” Sept., p. 43; JA, “Revised Space Code Advances,” Nov., p. 37.

Syria: PC, “U.S. Seeks IAEA Leverage in Syria Probe,” Oct., p. 40.

United Kingdom: RGV, “UK Postpones Trident Replacement Amid Cuts,” Nov., p. 35; Smith, Harold, and Jeanloz, Raymond, “Britain Leads the Way to Global Zero,” Dec., p. 15; RGV, “UK, France Sign Nuclear Collaboration Treaty,” Dec., p. 33.

U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy: DGK, “Obama’s Big Nuclear Test,” Jan./Feb., p. 4; DGK, “Eliminate NATO’s Nuclear Relics,” March, p. 4; DH & TZC, “Obama Budget Highlights Stockpile Work,” March, p. 47; TZC, “News Analysis: What Is a “New” Nuclear Weapon?” April, p. 30; Halperin, Morton H., “A New Nuclear Posture,” May, p. 15; DGK & GT, “Obama’s NPR: Transitional, Not Transformational,” May, p. 19; TZC, “U.S. Nuclear Review Shifts Threat Focus,” May, p. 50; ML, “Lab Chiefs Question JASON Study Summary,” May, p. 53; Kibaroglu, Mustafa, “Reassessing the Role of U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Turkey,” June, p. 8; OM, “NATO Experts Hedge on Nuclear Posture,” June, p. 36; TZC, “U.S. Reveals Nuclear Force Plan, Arsenal Levels,” June, p. 31; DGK, “NATO’s Nuclear Decision,” Sept., p. 4; Gottemoeller, Rose, “New START: Security Through 21st-Century Verification,” Sept., p. 8; OM, “NATO Struggles to Define New Nuclear Doctrine,” Sept., p. 34; RGV, “State Dept. Restructures Arms Control Bureaus,” Nov., p. 50; DH, “GAO Finds Problems in Tritium Production,” Nov., p. 51; Pifer, Steven, “After New START: What Next?” Dec., p. 8; Fuller, James, “Verification on the Road to Zero: Issues for Nuclear Warhead Dismantlement,” Dec., p. 19.

U.S. Nuclear Weapons R&D and Testing: TZC, “News Analysis: What Is a “New” Nuclear Weapon?” April, p. 30.

U.S. Security Policy: Luongo, Kenneth N., “Making the Nuclear Security Summit Matter: An Agenda for Action,” Jan./Feb., p. 15; VC, “Work on Nuclear Security Summit Progresses,” Jan./Feb., p. 37; DH, “Nuclear Summit Set to Host World Leaders,” April, p. 41; Lewis, George N., and Postol, Theodore A., “A Flawed and Dangerous U.S. Missile Defense Plan,” May, p. 24; VC & DH, “World Leaders Vow to Boost Nuclear Security,” May, p. 46; Lewis, James A., “Multilateral Agreements to Constrain Cyberconflict,” June, p. 14; TZC, “Russia, U.S. Working on Joint Launch Notification,” Jul./Aug., p. 42; TZC & PC, “Russia Complied With START, State Dept. Says,” Sept., p. 41; Sigal, Leon V., “Can Washington and Seoul Try Dealing With Pyongyang for a Change?” Nov., p. 16.

Author Key For ACT Staff

JA Jeff Abramson
MA Michael Ashby
EA Eric Auner
VC Volha Charnysh
TZC Tom Z. Collina
PC Peter Crail
AF Andrew Fisher
RGV Robert Golan-Vilella
DH Daniel Horner
DGK Daryl G. Kimball
ML Meredith Lugo
OM Oliver Meier
AN Alfred Nurja
VP Valerie Pacer
DS Daniel Salisbury
MS Matt Sugrue
CT Caitlin Taber
GT Greg Thielmann
MW Meghan Warren