How Can Norway, Sweden and Switzerland Stay Engaged with the TPNW?
February 1, 2019
Norway, Sweden and Switzerland have released reports recommending against ratifying the TPNW. How can these "disarmament bridge-builders" stay engaged with the treaty as non-states-parties?
President Trump, Stop Using Tear Gas on Asylum Seekers
January 16, 2019
The Trump administration argued that its use of tear gas on men, women, and children seeking asylum at the U.S./Mexican border is legal, but international law on this question is not so clear cut.
Security Council Debates Latest UN Report on Resolution 2231
December 13, 2018
Covering the CWC Conference of States Parties and 4th Review Conference
December 3, 2018
The Arms Control Association will be providing reporting and analysis on the Chemical Weapons Convention Conference of States Parties and Review Conference from November 21-30 with regular blog posts.
The IAEA Reports - Yet Again - Iran's Compliance with the JCPOA
November 30, 2018
Trump Sanctions Exempt Some Oil Sales and Nuclear Projects
November 6, 2018
The Trump administration ramped up its reckless and irresponsible “maximum pressure” approach to Iran Nov. 5 when it rolled out the second round of U.S. sanctions, re-imposed after President Donald Trump violated and withdrew from the nuclear deal in May.
Arc of History Bends toward Nuclear Disarmament
September 26, 2018
What You Need to Know About Chemical Weapons Use in Syria
September 23, 2018
Six questions about chemical weapons use in Syria answered
Iran Continues to Meet JCPOA Limits, Despite Sanctions
September 13, 2018
Iran continues to abide by its commitments under the nuclear deal, notes the IAEA in its first report since the reimposition of U.S. sanctions Aug. 7.
Time to Address China's Expanding Nuclear Weapons Program
August 22, 2018