"I find hope in the work of long-established groups such as the Arms Control Association...[and] I find hope in younger anti-nuclear activists and the movement around the world to formally ban the bomb."

– Vincent Intondi
Professor of History, Montgomery College
July 1, 2020
Article Title Cited News Outlet News Date
U.S. tells Russia it won't rejoin arms control pact that was 'undermined by Russian violations' Kingston Reif NBC May 27, 2021
VERIFY: A look at what approval Trump needs before a nuclear attack Arms Control Association NBC January 12, 2021
Assassination of Iranian scientist won't halt Iran's nuclear program, experts say Kelsey Davenport NBC December 1, 2020
President Trump looks for foreign policy wins ahead of U.S. election Kingston Reif NBC October 21, 2020
Atomic bomb dropped on Japan's Hiroshima 75 years ago still reverberates Daryl Kimball NBC August 6, 2020
Climate Change: A Threat to National Security Michael Klare NBC February 6, 2020
Trump admin weighs tightening restrictions on Iran's nuclear work Daryl Kimball NBC July 20, 2019
Trump admin slaps new restrictions on Iran's nuclear activities Kelsey Davenport NBC May 3, 2019
Trump says U.S. to leave key nuclear arms treaty with Russia Thomas Countryman NBC February 1, 2019
Pompeo expected to announce U.S. intent to withdraw from INF nuclear treaty Thomas Countryman NBC January 31, 2019
Despite delay, experts say any evidence in suspected Syria chemical attack likely remains Daryl Kimball NBC April 22, 2018
North Korea Nuclear Test: What You Need to Know Arms Control Association NBC September 9, 2016
Fact Sheet: Who Has Nuclear Weapons, And How Many Do They Have? NBC March 31, 2016
'Very Significant Breakthrough': Chemical Weapons Deal Struck NBC September 14, 2013
How would Syria's chemical weapons handover work? NBC September 11, 2013
Syria regime 'reeling, armed to the teeth' with chemical weapons NBC July 27, 2012