A new report released by the Arms Control Association (ACA) and Partnership for Global Security (PGS), provides a comprehensive overview of the progress states have made to improve nuclear security since the NSS process began in April 2010.
This updated report measures the performance of 11 key states in 10 universally-recognized nonproliferation, disarmament and nuclear security categories over the past two and a half years.
This 42-page briefing book provides an update of Iran’s nuclear history, status of its nuclear program, role of international nonproliferation sanctions, realities of potential military options, and history and challenges of diplomatic efforts.
This conference report includes formal conference presentations and summarizes the discussions from an ACA organized a high-level conference on the CTBT in Vienna, Austria involving senior government representatives and leading technical experts.
The report, published jointly by ACA and PGS, concludes that approximately 80 percent of the 67 national commitments made by 30 global leaders at the 2010 summit in Washington have been completed.