Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with Truthout about the ways the Biden and Trump administrations would differ on nuclear arms control in 2021 and beyond. “It would seem to me that any president would be interested in both making this country safer from nuclear threats and being able to demonstrate that they themselves were […]
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey and former intern Jessica Budlong wrote an op-ed in Responsible Statecraft about how the little-known Arms Trade Treaty has influenced the U.S.-China diplomatic chess board. Almost four years into its term, the Trump administration continues to abandon international security agreements at a dizzying clip. These actions are providing China with the […]
By Samuel Hickey The president of the United Nations (UN) Security Council, Dian Triansyah Djani of Indonesia, has determined that the Security Council cannot proceed with the United States’ effort to snap back sanctions on Iran. After quiet consultations with the 15-member body, he said that he was “not in a position to take further […]
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with North Carolina Public Radio’s The State of Things about the New START agreement and the potential for nuclear accidents as long as nuclear weapons exist.
By Samuel M. Hickey Years of the Trump Administration trying to squeeze Tehran, either to the negotiating table or to regime change, have so far failed. As the U.S. general election creeps ever closer, it seems that a last-ditch effort to unilaterally reimpose all previous United Nations (UN) sanctions and more permanently isolate Iran is […]