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Apr 1, 2014

Mother Jones Story on Nuclear Non-Proliferation Funding Cuts Quotes Center Spokesman

"It's misplaced priorities across the board," says James Lewis, communications director for the Center For Arms Control And Non-Proliferation. The nation's nuclear weapons complex "is just such a massive behemoth that there really isn't money for anything else."

Apr 1, 2014

Global Security Newswire Story on Nuclear Security Cooperations with Russia Quotes Kingston Reif

Kingston Reif, a policy analyst with the Center for Arms Control and Nonproliferation, said in an email that the decision to rescind the request for the laser technology "raises questions" about whether Pentagon and NNSA officials are reconsidering moving forward with other nonproliferation projects in Russia.

Mar 31, 2014

Roll Call Publishes OpEd on Nuclear Material Security by Gen. George A. Buskirk & Board Member, Alexandra Toma

"Preventing one of the major threats of our time currently relies on a voluntary mishmash of security arrangements — we can and should do much better. Bolder action is needed to strengthen the persistent weak links in the chain to prevent the world’s most dangerous materials from falling into the wrong hands. Congress must now rise to the challenge. There is much work to be done," writes Gen. George A. Buskirk & Alexandra Toma for Roll Call.

Mar 30, 2014

Washington Times Story on Missile Defense Quotes Kingston Reif

“Because it makes us feel good to poke Russia in the eye does not mean it’s a good national security decision,” he told The Times in an interview. “There are smart and effective ways to punish Russia and help Ukraine and our Eastern European allies and there are counterproductive ways that amount to little more than political posturing.”

Mar 26, 2014

Minneapolis Star-Tribune Letter to the Editor on U.S.-Russian Cooperation by Lt. General Robert Gard

"Together, the United States and Russia have been able to secure dangerous nuclear materials, minimize proliferation, reduce the number of nuclear weapons that could instantly target U.S. cities and eliminate weapons of mass destruction, thereby enhancing U.S. and global security.," writes Lt. Gen. Robert Gard for Minneapolis Star-Tribune.

Mar 25, 2014

Voice of America Radio Discusses the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit with Duyeon Kim

Senior Non-Proliferation & East Asia Fellow, Duyeon Kim, joins Voice of America Radio to discuss the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit.

Mar 24, 2014

U.S. News & World Report Story on 2014 Nuclear Security Summit Quotes Kingston Reif

“That the country is getting rid of this material sends a signal to other countries,” says Kingston Reif, a nuclear weapons and terrorism expert at the D.C.-based Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation.

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