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"Though we have acheived progress, our work is not over. That is why I support the mission of the Arms Control Association. It is, quite simply, the most effective and important organization working in the field today." 

– Larry Weiler
Former U.S.-Russian arms control negotiator
August 7, 2018
The Arms Control Association in the News
Article Title Cited News Source News Date
Can Obama lead the world toward zero nukes? The Christian Science Monitor September 24, 2009
At U.N., Obama to Push for New Nuclear Weapons Treaty Washington Post September 24, 2009
Obama's U.N. Disarmament Meeting Highlights U.S. Rifts Over Approach Global Security Newswire September 23, 2009
Hopes for CTBT Conference Modest Global Security Newswire September 22, 2009
Nuclear test ban back on the table Nature News September 21, 2009
Made in Mass., bomb stirs global debate Boston Globe September 20, 2009
Hot off the presses: Revised U.S. UN arms control resolution Politico September 17, 2009
Obama, Medvedev Expected to Review Progress on Treaty to Replace START I Voice of America September 17, 2009
Obama's UN nonproliferation resolution: the text Politico September 14, 2009
Tensions Persist in U.S. Over START Replacement Global Security Newswire September 9, 2009
Pentagon Checks Arsenal in Race for Nuclear Treaty New York Times September 8, 2009
Obama facing hurdles to nuclear disarmament goals Associated Press September 3, 2009
More Nukes? The Atlantic September 3, 2009
Leter to the Washington Post on the IAEA and Iran Washington Post September 2, 2009
Daryl Kimball discusses the future of arms control with Mark Leon Goldberg Bloggingheads TV August 29, 2009
TVA's role in nuclear defense program to grow The Tennessean August 24, 2009
Transform U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy Defense News August 24, 2009
S. Korean Launch Raises Questions Washington Post August 18, 2009
Threat to Pakistani nuclear arsenal is real, say experts Deutsche Welle August 14, 2009
No U.S. Confirmation of Myanmar Nuclear Report Global Security Newswire August 10, 2009

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