By Abby Pokraka, Program Analyst The history between India and Pakistan, both nuclear powers, is inextricably linked. The countries have fought a series of wars since gaining their independence from Great Britain in 1947, largely over the Kashmir region, to which both countries lay claim. India became a nuclear power in 1974, and Pakistan became a […]
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell was the featured guest on the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists’ video series, Say WHAT? She discussed the different approaches the Trump Administration is taking to North Korea, which does have nuclear weapons, and Iran, which does not.
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell was quoted in The New York Times regarding a missile test from North Korea. “They have made clear in the past that they want to see some substantive deal by the end of the year ‘or else,’” said Alexandra Bell, senior policy director at the Center for Arms Control and […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Rowan Humphries Communications Assistant 202.546.0795 #2106 email@example.com (New York)—Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell delivered a statement on the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty on behalf of nongovernmental organizations at the 11th Conference on Facilitating the Entry into Force of the CTBT at UN headquarters in New York. The full text of […]
Program Assistant Abby Pokraka wrote an op-ed in The National Interest on why people should focus more on the potential for nuclear conflict between India and Pakistan. “With India’s provocative abolition of the constitutional provision that guarantees Kashmir’s autonomy, tensions between India and Pakistan have once again soared to dangerous heights. This follows an intense military clash […]