The Arms Control Association in the News

Article Title Cited News Outlet News Date
Atomic agency urged to examine Burma nuclear claims Age, The August 5, 2009
Cash for Nuclear Clunkers Huffington Post, The August 3, 2009
Clinton goes off-script, 'clarifications' follow Washington Times, The August 3, 2009
Wozu brauchen wir Atomwaffen? Der Tagesspiegel July 30, 2009
Fresh 'incentives' for N. Korea nuke talks Washington Times, The July 21, 2009
Missile Pact Based on Old Plan Washington Post, The July 13, 2009
Talks could lead to cut in UK's nuclear stockpile, says Gordon Brown Guardian, The July 9, 2009
U.S.-Russia Nuclear Agreement Is First Step in Broad Effort "New York Times, The July 7, 2009
Promising U.S.-Russia Effort On Nuclear Arms Limits NPR July 7, 2009
U.S. and Russia to Reduce Arsenals Washington Post, The July 7, 2009
Obama and Russian Leader Announce Nuclear Deal "New York Times, The July 6, 2009
ACA Press Briefing - The Moscow Summit: Assessing Progress on Nuclear Weapons Risk Reduction C-SPAN July 6, 2009
Suche nach der magischen Zahl Süddeutsche Zeitung July 6, 2009
Loose nukes greatest danger in Pakistan Thaindian News July 3, 2009
U.S. and Russia Seek More Extensive Weapons Cuts "Wall Street Journal, The July 2, 2009
Russia Still Opposes US Plan for Missile Shield in Eastern Europe VOA July 1, 2009
Mullen "Encouraged" by Progress in START Negotiations Global Security Newswire June 29, 2009
Arms Control Key Issue at Upcoming Moscow Summit VOA June 24, 2009
ACA Executive Director Daryl Kimball Discusses Missile Defense on Russia Today RT (Russia Today) June 17, 2009
U.S. Weapons Makers Look Overseas Wall Street Journal, The June 17, 2009
Obama Seeks Global Uranium Fuel Bank Boston Globe, The June 8, 2009
Nuclear Test Ban Could Become Reality Without North Korea, Experts Say Global Security Newswire June 4, 2009
U.S. and Russia Push Arms-Control Talks Forward Wall Street Journal, The June 2, 2009
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Time To Cut It Out Washington Times, The June 1, 2009
Nuclear Aims By Pakistan, India Prompt U.S. Concern Washington Post, The May 28, 2009