Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell was a guest on the podcast Things That Go Boom, talking about nuclear arms control.
Lynn Klotz, a Senior Science Fellow at the Center, published an article in the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists about the potential risk involved in a lab accident that releases a flu virus. Why consider the risk of lab accident that releases an influenza virus into the community? Because scientists in various countries continue to […]
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with the Los Angeles Times about the United States potentially basing missiles in the pacific. A decision to go ahead in Asia would intensify an arms race between the region’s two biggest powers whose relations — already tense over President Trump’s confrontational trade agenda and Chinese President Xi Jinping’s […]
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey spoke with E&E News about the proliferation concerns inherent in fuel reprocessing policy conversations. Foes of reprocessing see similarities between such defunct nuclear designs and some of the advanced reactor technologies now under development. “There are some new designs, but they are not demonstrably greater, so we are still dealing with […]
A statement by Executive Director John Tierney on resuming nuclear testing was picked up by Common Dreams. Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation executive director and former Congressman John Tierney (D-Mass.) also recently criticized the administration’s proposal, calling it “nothing short of appalling” and “a clear sign of this administration’s continued willingness to put Americans at risk,” and […]