The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation today applauds the Pentagon’s decision to scale back Pentagon spending in a way that best provides for the strength and security of our country, but labeled the move “only a step in the right direction.”
On December 18, 2011, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il died–the Center for Arms Control and Non Proliferation has released the following statement about the recent news.
by Duyeon Kim Published in The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists on September 7, 2011: Nature and malice: Confronting multiple hazards to nuclear power infrastructure By Igor Khripunov and Duyeon Kim | 7 September 2011 Over the past six months, two geological events in Japan and the United States had similar characteristics but very different […]
by Duyeon Kim and Igor Khripunov Published in the Korea Times on August 9, 2011 (Korea Standard Time). The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster gave terrorists and other malefactors a tip. By targeting nuclear plants, they can wreak havoc comparable to that wrought by an earthquake and tsunami, crippling a great economic and military power. True, no […]
by Robert G. Gard On June 6, 2011, the Belfer Center at Harvard University released the results of a year-long study entitled “The U.S.-Russia Joint Threat Assessment on Nuclear Terrorism”. The study is significant because, between them, the U.S. and Russia possess about 90% of the world’s nuclear weapons and weapons grade nuclear materials that […]