This discussion with Ambassador Erzhan Kazykhanov and an expert panel, we discuss the 75-year history of nuclear tests, current threats to the global test ban, how states can address threats to the global test ban and reinforce it at the upcoming NPT review conference, and what can be done to assist populations adversely affected by nuclear tests.
A long-awaited process shows promise on creating a WMD-free zone in the Middle East.
A key North Korean official told the Trump administration to adjust its goals for diplomacy to succeed.
In this second in a series, panelists analyze the legal relationship between the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) and the NPT, including how the TPNW contributes to NPT Article VI disarmament objectives and the status of efforts to bring the TPNW into force.
A new CBO report eviscerates the claim by the Trump administration’s top arms control official that the United States can spend Russia and China “into oblivion” in a new arms race.
U.S. and Russian delegations meet in Vienna to discuss space security and nuclear arms control. States-parties to the Open Skies Treaty move forward with figuring out how the treaty will work following U.S. likely official withdrawal in November. U.S. Space Command says Russia tested an anti-satellite weapon.
An explosion at Iran’s Natanz enrichment facility appears to have impacted the country’s nuclear program, but the IAEA said its safeguards activities at that site were unimpeded. The U.S. continues its push to extend the arms embargo on Iran at the UN Security Council, and Iran’s parliament has approved a plan to halt implementation of the additional protocol to the country’s safeguards agreement with the IAEA.
The next president can take concrete steps to renew momentum for nuclear disarmament.
Social movements to improve civil rights, fight climate change, and seek nuclear disarmament have been entwined since the start of the nuclear age.