"I want to thank the Arms Control Association … for being such effective advocates for sensible policies to stem the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and most importantly, reduce the risk of nuclear war."
– Senator Joe Biden
January 28, 2004
The Arms Control Association in the News
Article Title Cited News Source News Date
Experts argue over Iran nuclear bomb timeline Reuters India December 7, 2011
UPDATE 1-Indonesia brings atom test ban "closer to global law" Reuters Africa December 7, 2011
Selling uranium to India a blow to arms control The Canberra Times December 6, 2011
The High Price of Nukes: Weapons We Don't Need at a Cost We Can't Afford Huffington Post December 2, 2011
Further U.S. Nuclear Tests Highly Unlikely: Former NNSA Chief NTI: Global Security Newswire November 30, 2011
Analysis - For Iran, the sanctions price may be worth paying Reuters Africa November 29, 2011
U.S. to stop sharing data with Russia under arms pact Reuters November 22, 2011
Missile Strike Unlikely Against Wayward Russian Mars Probe Bloomberg November 21, 2011
Nuclear policy and process dumped at the drop of a hat ABC Online November 21, 2011
IRAN AND THE I.A.E.A. The New Yorker November 18, 2011
N. Korea makes fast progress on construction of nuclear plant The Washington Post November 15, 2011
U.N. nuclear report puts Iran "mystery man" in spotlight Reuters November 11, 2011
IAEA Report Details Iranian Nuclear Program Activities NTI: Global Security Newswire November 10, 2011
A glimpse inside Iran's nukes Salon November 10, 2011
Israel May Lack Capability for Effective Strike on Iran Nuclear Facilities Bloomberg November 9, 2011
IAEA may show recent bomb-related atom work by Iran Reuters November 8, 2011
IAEA says foreign expertise has brought Iran to threshold of nuclear capability The Washington Post November 7, 2011
Q+A: Growing concerns about Iran's nuclear program Reuters November 6, 2011
IAEA report to point to military work-diplomats Alert Net November 4, 2011
Analysis: "Wounded bear" Iran specter haunts West's planners CNBC November 3, 2011