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Working to eliminate the threats posed by the world’s most dangerous weapons

Register for #ArmsControl2022

Please join us June 2, 2022 in Washington, D.C. as we mark our half-century of accomplishments in arms control and chart our course of action in the years ahead.

Keynote speakers include U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Mallory Stewart, UN High Representative for Disarmament Izumi Nakamitsu, and Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-OR).

Register today.

Latest Analysis

  • When the United States ratified the Chemical Weapons Convention, it accepted the treaty mandate to eliminate its chemical weapons within a decade. But several extensions have come and gone, and the government is pushing hard to finish destroying the last vestiges of its once-massive Cold War-era stockpile by 2023.

    March 14, 2022

  • Although Putin's regime must suffer international isolation now, U.S. and Russian leaders must eventually seek to resume talks through their stalled strategic security dialogue to defuse broader NATO-Russia tensions and maintain common sense arms control measures to prevent an all-out arms race.

    February 28, 2022

  • Si bien el régimen de Putin debe sufrir el aislamiento internacional ahora, los líderes de EE. UU. y Rusia deben buscar eventualmente reanudar las conversaciones a través de su estancado diálogo de seguridad estratégica para calmar las tensiones más amplias entre la OTAN y Rusia y mantener medidas de control de armas de sentido común para evitar una carrera armamentista total.

    February 28, 2022

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  • As the fate of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal hangs in balance, a new report by the IAEA reveals that Iran is now closer than ever to having enough highly enriched uranium-235 for a nuclear bomb. (Updated March 5, 2022)

    March 4, 2022