The Center hosted our annual conference September 19 with both in-person and virtual attendees. The theme was the future of arms control, and our expert speakers discussed critical topics including involving China in arms control negotiations, the changing role of arms control, using technological advancements in treaty verification and more. We were thrilled to have […]
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The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation hosted our 2021 annual conference, “Arms Control in a Divided America,” on November 2, 2021. Our event participants, including Members of Congress and arms control experts, dove into an under-discussed but critical topic: what happened to bipartisanship when it comes to dealing with the world’s most dangerous weapons, […]
The Trump administration has reportedly discussed conducting an explosive nuclear test for political purposes with the goal of forcing China to the arms control negotiating table. Here’s why restarting explosive nuclear testing is dangerous and unnecessary.
The United States doesn’t need to reserve the right to nuke Australia or Togo. Take one minute and learn how the Senate can make that clear. It’s long past time to ratify the remaining Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones.
In general, there are three types of missiles used to attack targets at various distances. Here are five things to know about ballistic, cruise and hypersonic missiles.