Research Analyst Samuel Hickey wrote a piece in Arms Control Today discussing a new agreement between Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency that would bring Iran back into compliance with its nuclear verification commitments. Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have agreed to adopt a “practical and pragmatic approach” to resolving outstanding […]
As the Soviet empire collapsed, it became clear that an emergency situation was dangerously close. 30,000 nuclear weapons and a vast weapons production complex were spread over four sovereign states. Some 40,000 tons of chemical weapons and a large biological capability were also present. In response, the United States devised a program to consolidate, secure […]
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey appeared on a TRT World panel discussing Russia’s role in a potential revived Iran nuclear deal.
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey was quoted in a WhoWhatWhy article discussing the potential revival of the Iran nuclear deal. “The key benefit of the JCPOA is simply that it would allow the international community to determine if Iran were pursuing a nuclear bomb with enough time to be able to come up with a diplomatic […]
By John Erath Earlier this month, the Center held its Annual Conference on the theme “Arms Control in a Divided America.” One of the distinguished speakers was Ambassador Susan Burk, who spoke of the advantages of bipartisanship she observed over a long career of government service. Ambassador Burk noted that much of her work was in the traditionally bipartisan […]