Rep. Michael Turner Says European-Missile Defense Leaves U.S. Mainland Vulnerable. March 20, 2012 By Lauren Fox US News and World Report A leading Republican lawmaker admonished the White House Tuesday for pursuing a European-based missile defense program while cutting money for one that’s designed specifically to protect the United States. Click here to read the […]
(WASHINGTON) – The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation today criticized the North Korean announcement of a rocket test as a “clear violation” of previous agreements.
Legislative Quagmire Grips Nuclear Security Pacts in U.S. By Diane Barnes Global Security Newswire WASHINGTON — Just weeks before the second Global Nuclear Security Summit convenes in South Korea, the United States still has not enacted a law critical to ratifying what the Obama administration at the first summit called “the two key international […]
On September 15, the board of the Council for a Livable World and the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation endorsed the August 16th report from the Afghanistan Study Group. The report, entitled: A New Way Forward—Rethinking the U.S. Strategy in Afghanistan, argues that the current U.S. strategy in Afghanistan is not vitally essential to […]
Washington D.C. – Today, the Center for Arms Control and Non Proliferation commends the bilateral agreement between the United States and North Korea that says that the North Koreans agree to suspend their nuclear activities. Although, the Center notes that this is only a first step and there are still so few details regarding the announcement.