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former Administrator of the National Nuclear Security Administration
Alfred Nurja joined ACA in September 2010 as a New Voices Fellow. Alfred graduated from the Fletcher School in Boston with an LL.M. degree in International Law earlier that year. Prior to arriving at Fletcher, Alfred worked for the U.S. Ambassador to Albania as assistant on domestic legal and political affairs, and as an interpreter. His prior experience also includes a stint as an analyst with the Albanian Organized Crime Intelligence Department as well as the U.S. Army. Alfred has a degree in Public Law from Tirana University.
The Arms Control Association, founded in 1971, is a national non-partisan membership organization dedicated to promoting public understanding of and support for effective arms control policies. The Administrative Assistant supports the operation of the organization and reports to the Deputy Director.
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Robert Golan-Vilella joined ACA in September 2010 as a Scoville Fellow. Rob is a 2010 graduate of Yale University, where he earned a B.A. in History and International Studies. He has previously interned at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies. His work has been published in The Nonproliferation Review and the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists. He is from Swarthmore, PA.
Matt Sugrue joined the Arms Control Association in April 2010 as an intern. He received his M.A. in the history of the Middle East and South Asia from Dalhousie University. Matt has also interned with the National Iranian American Council.
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Foreign Ministers of five NATO member states called for discussion of what NATO can do to advance progress in nuclear arms control, including “sub-strategic nuclear weapons in subsequent steps towards nuclear disarmament” in a February 26 letter (PDF) to NATO secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
The letter from the Steven Vanackere of Belgium, Guido Westerwelle of Germany, Jean Asselborn of Luxembourg, Maxime Verhagen of the Netherlands, and Jonas Gahr Store of Norway calls for discussions on NATO’s nuclear policy at the April meeting of NATO foreign ministers in Tallinn and call for an approach that has “the full support of all Allies.”
Foreign Ministers of five NATO member states called for discussion of what NATO can do to advance progress in nuclear arms control, including “sub-strategic nuclear weapons in subsequent steps towards nuclear disarmament” in a February 26 letter to NATO secretary general Anders Fogh Rasmussen.