Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with The Christian Science Monitor about the future of arms control, especially in relation to the United States and Russia. In the early 1960s “we walked up to the edge of the nuclear abyss with the Cuban missile crisis. Then we walked back and started negotiating,” says Alexandra Bell, […]
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with The Santa Fe New Mexican about a potential resumption of U.S. explosive nuclear testing. “This is really troubling to even be discussing explosive nuclear testing,” said Alexandra Bell, senior policy director at the nonprofit Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation. “We absolutely don’t need to conduct explosive nuclear […]
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Planet America about the United States’ withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty and potential withdrawal from the New START agreement. Her segment is clipped below; or you can watch the full episode.
Executive Director John Tierney’s statement about the Trump administration’s reported consideration of a nuclear test was mentioned in The Salt Lake Tribune. Neither does John Tierney, a former nine-term Democratic congressman from Massachusetts who now leads the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation. “It is beyond reckless to provoke a possible widespread return to explosive […]
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell co-authored an op-ed in Responsible Statecraft about the U.S. withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty. In a now painfully familiar exercise, the Trump administration said this past week that it would leave yet another international agreement. This time it is the Open Skies Treaty, which the United States, Russia, and 32 other […]