Center for Arms Control

Factsheet: FY 2016 Defense Nuclear Non-Proliferation Budget

Feb 18, 2015

Factsheet: FY 2016 Defense Nuclear Non-Proliferation Budget

A factsheet to illustrate the president's non-proliferation funding request for Fiscal Year 2016.

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Al Jazeera America quotes Center board chairman Lt. General Gard in Article

Feb 5, 2015

Al Jazeera America quotes Center board chairman Lt. General Gard in Article

Al Jazeera America quotes Center's Lt. General Gard in article on Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's invitation to address Congress in March.

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National Interest Publishes Piece By Center Fellows on Nuclear Weapons Myths

Jan 28, 2015

National Interest Publishes Piece By Center Fellows on Nuclear Weapons Myths

Center Senior Fellows John Isaacs, Phil Coyle, and Lt. General Robert Gard and Scoville Fellow Greg Terryn published a piece in The National Interest on five major nuclear weapons myths.

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National Defense Magazine Quotes Angela Canterbury on Military Spending

Dec 30, 2014

National Defense Magazine Quotes Angela Canterbury on Military Spending

Council Executive Director Angela Canterbury was quoted in National Defense Magazine's preview of 2015 defense spending under a Republican Congress.

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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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Letter to Senate on Nuclear Weapons Free Iran Act of 2015

Jan 26, 2015

Letter to Senate on Nuclear Weapons Free Iran Act of 2015

The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, and its sister organization Council for a Livable World, wrote the following letter to U.S. Senators considering new sanctions legislation that would undermine negotiations to prevent a nuclear-armed Iran.

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Analysis: Funding Reductions for Nuclear Non-Proliferation

Jan 14, 2015

Analysis: Funding Reductions for Nuclear Non-Proliferation

An analysis of reductions to the Fiscal Year 2015 budget for programs that help to stop the spread of nuclear weapons.

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Sanctions and extensions: How much money will Iran receive?

Jan 13, 2015

Sanctions and extensions: How much money will Iran receive?

Policy Director Laicie Heeley sets out to debunk the myth that Iran is "pulling the wool over our eyes" by feigning cooperation over a nuclear deal while reaping the benefits of sanctions relief.

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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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