“Right after I graduated, I interned with the Arms Control Association. It was terrific.”

– George Stephanopolous
ABC News
January 1, 2005
This Month in Arms Control Today

Arms Control NOW

December was an exciting month for arms control news, led by the Senate's approval of New START. For insight on the stories you've heard, as well as a few you haven't, check out the newly released January/February edition of Arms Control Today:

  • Tom Z. Collina captures the dramatic twists and turns in the weeks and days leading up to the Senate's December 22 vote to approve the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.
  • After years of stalemate, the International Atomic Energy Agency Board of Governors gave the green light for a plan to set up a nuclear fuel bank under IAEA control. Daniel Horner reports on the vote and the apparent shift in some countries' positions.
  • Members of three arms control treaties—on biological weapons, chemical weapons, and landmines—held their annual meetings to assess progress under the pacts. ACT provides in-depth coverage.

And there's more: For immediate access to this month's feature articles, by Bill Richardson, Bonnie Jenkins, Jonathan B. Tucker, and Fred McGoldrick, subscribe to ACT's digital or print edition today!