Understanding the U.S. Moves on JCPOA Nonproliferation Project Waivers
May 7, 2019
The Trump administration's announcement of waivers to allow the continuation of projects at key Iranian nuclear sites is clearly in the U.S. and international community's interest, but its decision to cut down on the length of the waivers and tighten nuclear-related sanctions in other areas puts the deal in further jeopardy.
North Korea Stays in Focus Amid Talk About Next Summits
April 19, 2019
U.S.-Russian Experts, Fmr. Officials Urge New START Extension, Renewed U.S.-Russian Strategic Dialogue
April 12, 2019
Executive director Daryl Kimball reports on the public statement from distinguished U.S. and Russian experts calling on U.S. and Russian officials to get back to the arms control negotiating table, with the first order of business being agreement on a five-year extension of the 2010 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START).
2020 Trump Budget Aims To Boost US Nuclear Capabilities
April 5, 2019
Are We Approaching the End of the Arms Control Era?
April 1, 2019
“Proposed Small Arms Transfers: Big Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy”
March 26, 2019
Testimony by Jeff Abramson, senior fellow, before the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations on proposed changes to firearms export policies by the Trump administration
Lawrence Weiler (1920-2019): Key Architect of the Global Disarmament and Nonproliferation Order
March 15, 2019
Executive director Daryl Kimball describes Larry Weiler's contributions to the history of arms control as ambassador, negotiator, and professor. Mr. Weiler passed away on Sunday, Feb. 24, 2019.
OPCW Confirms Chlorine Use. It’s Time to Assign Blame.
March 12, 2019
Chemical weapons were used in the April 2018 attack in Douma, Syria. Now we must identify who is to blame in order to hold them accountable and uphold the norm against using chemicals in conflict.
Hanoi Summit Ends Abruptly: What's Next? | North Korean Denuclearization Digest, March 6, 2019
March 6, 2019
As the second U.S.-North Korea summit ended abruptly, South Korea pushes for trilateral talks and the UN Security Council issues waivers for humanitarian aid to North Korea.
The Disappointing, But Not Devastating, “No Deal” Result at the Hanoi Summit (UPDATED)
February 28, 2019
Not only did the summit in Hanoi between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fail to produce meaningful results, but Trump and his team have clearly squandered the seven months since the Singapore summit to make progress on even modest steps toward that meeting's lofty goals.