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Arms Control TV

Arms Control TV showcases some of the the media appearances of Arms Control Association staff experts and Board Members, as well as significant statements given by experts and policy-makers.

  • August 18, 2011

    On August 17, MSNBC's Rachel Maddow show highlighted this week's National Nuclear Security Administration announcement regarding the successful return of 13.8 pounds of highly-enriched uranium to the United States and the risk that Congressional budget cuts to the NNSA's Global Threat Reduction Initiative may jeopardize similar efforts to secure fissile material from terrorists in the future. The program cited a February 2011 www.armscontrolnow.org blogpost on the threat to funding these critical programs.

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  • May 5, 2011
  • November 15, 2010

    At a joint conference, "Next Steps in Arms Control," hosted by the Arms Control Association and the Heinrich Böll Foundation, Ambassador Richard Burt emphasized the negative consequences of a failure to ratify New START.  Russia Today featured a portion of his remarks in a recent report on Russia-U.S. relations.  Amb. Burt's remarks begin approximately at approximately 3:00.

  • September 22, 2010

    On September 16th, Tom Collina appeared on The Alyona Show and provided his insights the ratification process for the New START treaty, including when the treaty may be ratified. To read more of ACA's work on New START, please visit our New START Subject Resource Page.

     

  • August 4, 2010

    On April 3rd, Daryl Kimball appeared on All Things Considered and provided his thoughts on prospects for New START, which will come up for a vote in the Senate in mid-September.  As he stated in a recent Media Advisory, he expects that this critical arms control treaty will be ratified with bipartisan support.  To read more of ACA's work on New START, please visit our New START Subject Resource Page.

  • July 23, 2010

    On July 23, the Arms Control Initiative at the Brookings Institution and the Arms Control Association hosted former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft for a discussion of the New START treaty, assessing how its ratification and implementation will serve the U.S. national interest.

    Brookings President Strobe Talbott provided an introduction, followed by remarks from General Scowcroft. Morton Halperin of the Open Society Institute, Angela Stent of Georgetown University and Brookings and Senior Fellow Steven Pifer, director of the Arms Control Initiative at Brookings, will joined discussion. ACA Executive Director Daryl Kimball moderated. Watch it here.

    Daryl at Brookings