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The Kremlin’s war on Ukrainian cities, towns, nuclear power stations, hospitals, and civilians is indefensible, illegal, premeditated, and heartbreaking. In the days, weeks, months, and years ahead, we need to make sure we don’t lose sight of the fact that it is war and the threat of nuclear war that are our common enemies.
We are grateful for the generosity of loyal and generous members, donors, and subscribers in 2021, especially those who have been our stalwart supporters over the years. Stay tuned for information on our 50th anniversary Annual Meeting this year.
As we close out 2021, ACA has said goodbye to a number of close friends and experts as they move on to (or back into) government service. We continue to press for a return to the JCPOA and other effective arms control solutions in the public forum, and our team prepares to attend a critical meeting of the NPT states parties next month.
This week (Oct. 24-29) marks United Nations Disarmament Week, which seeks to promote awareness and a better understanding of disarmament issues. Read how, since being founded 50 years ago, the Arms Control Association has been a leading force pushing, prodding, and promoting effective action on arms control, nonproliferation, and disarmament—every day of every week, every year.
The Arms Control Association is appealing to the Biden administration to adhere to its nonproliferation principles in its review of the U.S. nuclear posture, and recently produced two in-depth reports on hypersonic weapons and on U.S. policy toward North Korea.