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"I learned so much about arms control and disarmament at ACA! I learned more about arms control here in four months than I had in all three years at my college."

– Alicia Sanders-Zakre
Intern, Fall 2016
December 16, 2016
Washington Post, The
Article Title Cited News Outlet News Date
Trump offers reassurance that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un would remain in power under nuclear deal Kingston Reif Washington Post, The May 17, 2018
The deep confusion of Trump’s foreign policy Kingston Reif Washington Post, The May 14, 2018
Trump's Iran decision won’t stop North Korea talks, but it might raise the price Kelsey Davenport Washington Post, The May 9, 2018
Trump's Iran decision won’t stop North Korea talks, but it might raise the price Kelsey Davenport Washington Post, The May 9, 2018
Israel says it holds a trove of documents from Iran’s secret nuclear weapons archive Daryl Kimball Washington Post, The April 30, 2018
Israel says it holds a trove of documents from Iran’s secret nuclear weapons archive Daryl Kimball Washington Post, The April 30, 2018
On N. Korea, Trump’s hype may conflict with strategy Arms Control Association Washington Post, The April 20, 2018
North Korea says it will suspend nuclear and missile tests, shut down test site Daryl Kimball Washington Post, The April 20, 2018
Like Obama, Macron said chemical weapons were his ‘red line’ in Syria. So now what? Arms Control Association Washington Post, The April 9, 2018
Why does Saudi Arabia want to spend billions to enrich its own uranium? Daryl Kimball Washington Post, The March 19, 2018
Iran nuclear deal may be the first casualty of Tillerson’s ouster Daryl Kimball Washington Post, The March 15, 2018
Pompeo could play a key role in North Korea talks — when and if they happen Thomas Countryman Washington Post, The March 14, 2018
White House muddies prospect of N. Korea talks Daryl Kimball Washington Post, The March 10, 2018
Putin’s new missiles could probably strike the U.S. The old ones could, too. Kingston Reif Washington Post, The March 2, 2018
A Pentagon chart misleadingly suggests the U.S. is falling behind in a nuclear arms race Kingston Reif Washington Post, The February 12, 2018
Nuclear scientists logged on to one of Russia’s most secure computers — to mine bitcoin Kingston Reif Washington Post, The February 9, 2018
How Mattis changed his mind on nuclear weapons Kingston Reif Washington Post, The February 5, 2018
Can the U.S. and Russia work together? A new poll suggests some shared foreign policy goals Arms Control Association Washington Post, The January 16, 2018
Trump expected to keep sanctions relief for Iran but may add some penalties Kelsey Davenport Washington Post, The January 10, 2018
White House dismisses criticism of Trump’s North Korea ‘Nuclear Button’ tweet Daryl Kimball Washington Post, The January 3, 2018

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