After four hard weeks of statements, working papers, and negotiations, diplomats at the 2015 NPT Review Conference could not overcome deep differences over...
The Arms Control Association 2015 Annual Meeting will examine three major challenges for nonproliferation and disarmament over the last two years of President Barack Obama's final term.
As the 2015 NPT Review Conference continues in New York, the international community’s failure to halt the spread of nuclear weapons to North Korea looms large.
The opening statements of key countries at the 2015 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference highlighted fissures among the parties to the treaty, especially on the issue of progress toward disarmament.
The Obama administration sent Congress a new nuclear cooperation agreement with China and initialed a new pact with South Korea.
Since the inception of the NPT, the United States and Russia —the world’s first nuclear-weapon states and possessors of the largest and most deadly nuclear arsenals—have been central to the success or failure of the treaty.
The following timeline provides a brief history of events related to the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty from the 1950s to the present.