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Defense One Publishes Article By Lt. Gen. Gard on Pentagon Spending

Dec 11, 2014

Defense One Publishes Article By Lt. Gen. Gard on Pentagon Spending

New threats in the Middle East, a new chief at the Pentagon, and a more Hawkish Congress are combining to create the perfect storm of defense overspending. Lt. General Robert Gard, who chairs the Center board, weighs in for Defense One.

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WSJ This Morning Interviews Laicie Heeley on the Iran Talks Extension

Nov 24, 2014

WSJ This Morning Interviews Laicie Heeley on the Iran Talks Extension

Just as news broke of an extension in diplomacy with Iran over its nuclear program, Policy Director Laicie Heeley went live with Wall Street Journal's "This Morning" radio show to give her insights.

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International Business Times Quotes Laicie Heeley on Iran Talks

Nov 14, 2014

International Business Times Quotes Laicie Heeley on Iran Talks

"It's not in either side's interest to have an extension last that long," said Policy Director Laicie Heeley to the International Business Times last week.

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LA Times Quotes Board Member Phil Coyle on Rising Costs of Nuclear Weapons

Nov 9, 2014

LA Times Quotes Board Member Phil Coyle on Rising Costs of Nuclear Weapons

Center Board Member Phil Coyle was quoted in the LA Times in a two-part story on our aging nuclear weapons arsenal. Part 1 takes an in-depth look at the rising costs of maintaining these outdated weapons systems.

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International Business Times Cites Ed Levine's Analysis of Kirk-Menendez Bill

Nov 4, 2014

International Business Times Cites Ed Levine's Analysis of Kirk-Menendez Bill

The International Business Times cited National Advisory Board member Ed Levine's analysis of the Kirk-Menendez bill, which could derail diplomacy with Iran over its nuclear program by creating obstacles to relieving Iran from sanctions.

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Analysis: Fiscal Year 15 Omnibus Bill

Dec 10, 2014

Analysis: Fiscal Year 15 Omnibus Bill

With the budget to fund the government set to expire on December 11th, the House filed a 1600 page Omnibus Appropriations Bill on December 9th, with votes in both chambers expected December 10th. The following summary provides an analysis of the Bill's appropriations for the Department of Defense and for defense programs that live within the Department of Energy.

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Summary of Fiscal Year 2015 NDAA

Dec 4, 2014

Summary of Fiscal Year 2015 NDAA

House and Senate Armed Services Committees have come to compromises on the National Defense Authorization Act of Fiscal Year 2015, a version of which passed in the House in May and is expected to pass in the Senate this week. The Center has produced a summary of the House-Senate agreements included in this version of the bill.

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Infographic: Iran's Nuclear Report Card

Nov 14, 2014

Infographic: Iran's Nuclear Report Card

As we close in on the deadline for a final deal, the past year has seen Iran's full compliance with the Joint Plan of Action, which has effectively frozen and scaled back its nuclear program.

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Laicie Heeley's Analysis of the Iran Talks on Voice of America

Nov 11, 2014

Laicie Heeley's Analysis of the Iran Talks on Voice of America

"Major breakthroughs will come in the 11th hour," says Laicie Heeley in her analysis of the diplomatic nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1 in an interview with Voice of America.

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US Leading the Way on Nuclear Weapons Conference

Nov 10, 2014

US Leading the Way on Nuclear Weapons Conference

The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation issued praise for the Obama Administration's announcement that the U.S. will participate in the December 2014 Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons. This comes as a sign of renewed commitment on behalf of the President toward making good on his Prague promises of reducing the threat of nuclear weapons.

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