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

– George Stephanopolous
Host of ABC's This Week
January 1, 2005
Inside the Arms Control Association

Inside ACA

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  • The Prospect of Nuclear Armageddon 
    November 2022
    Many people in the United States and around the globe are justifiably concerned about the risk of nuclear war following continued, thinly veiled nuclear threats from Russian President Vladimir Putin. In response, our Arms Control Association team has been working overtime.
  • 50 Years of Bilateral Nuclear Arms Control and Much More to Be Done
    September 2022
    It is imperative that Moscow and Washington immediately resolve the differences blocking the restart of New START inspections and begin negotiations on new arms control arrangements to supersede New START.
  • An Opening for Renewed Disarmament Diplomacy
    August 2022
    The 10th NPT Review Conference finally convened Aug. 1 and ACA has been on the ground at the conference to meet with key governmental delegations, speak at expert side events and panel discussions, and press for meaningful outcomes.
  • Nuclear Threats and the Dangers of Deterrence
    July 2022
    Given the growing risk of nuclear war, we must do all we can to make the first meeting of TPNW states-parties and the upcoming NPT Review Conference a turning point - moving away from dangerous nuclear policies and arms racing and turning instead toward renewed and productive disarmament diplomacy.
  • Reinforcing Nuclear Taboos and Jumpstarting Disarmament Diplomacy
    June 2022
    It is very difficult to encapsulate five decades of work for any organization, but the array of panelists and speakers, along with video messages from special guests, to our 50th Anniversary meeting underscored the enduring value of persistent, smart civil society efforts to deliver information and solutions to reduce and eventually eliminate the existential threats posed by nuclear weapons. Plus, we got a note from Joe!

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