By Sophy Macartney Dual-use technologies have been a concern of national security since the 1950s and were originally targeted at preventing the diversion of items with military uses. The scope of dual-use export controls has since shifted toward preventing the covert development of nuclear weapons. But as technology and science developments speed up, the danger […]
Recently, I spent two weeks outside the Beltway, in that portion of America that, strange as it may seem, is not captivated by the appropriations process and cannot instantly cite the precise size of the Republican majority in the House. Most of the time, these are opportunities to get away from work and thinking about […]
Table numbers in parentheses are increases or decreases from the FY24 Request FY24 requested levels other than the toplines come from the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation’s Fiscal Year 2024 Defense Budget Request Briefing Book Numbers may not add due to rounding Total National Defense Discretionary Spending (050) *Does not include mandatory spending DOD […]
CRANES FOR OUR FUTURE CAMPAIGN MARKS 78TH ANNIVERSARIES OF U.S. ATOMIC BOMBINGS OF JAPAN August 6 and 9 this year marked the 78th anniversaries of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki nuclear bombings. For the third year in a row, the Center participated in the #CranesForOurFuture campaign that was launched in 2021 by Hiroshima Prefecture, Nagasaki Prefecture, the Nuclear Threat […]
Senior Policy Director John Erath spoke with The Democracy Forum in a webinar about the reasons behind China’s nuclear buildup. Watch here.