(Click here for a printable version of this interview) In this installment of Ask an Expert, staff at the Center for Arms Control & Non-Proliferation spoke with Philip Coyle about the U.S. National Missile Defense program. Coyle, who is a Senior Science Fellow at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, has a wealth of […]
How a $2.7 billion air-defense system became a ‘zombie’ program Unknown to most Americans, the Pentagon has spent $2.7 billion developing a system of giant radar-equipped blimps to provide an early warning if the country were ever attacked with cruise missiles, drones or other low-flying weapons. After nearly two decades of disappointment and delay, the […]
Center board members Phil Coyle, Ed Levine, and Sharon Squassoni joined over 70 arms control and nuclear experts to endorse the Iran deal in this letter.
A preliminary agreement that would curtail Iran’s nuclear program raised hope around the world that the nation could be prevented from developing nuclear weapons. But just 24 hours after the deal was struck, there appeared to be sharp disagreement over the details in the package.
5 Myths about America’s Nuclear Weapons Debunked By Phillip Coyle, Robert Gard, John Isaacs, & Greg Terryn The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists announced last week that it has decided to move its famed “Doomsday Clock” three minutes closer to midnight or, in effect, closer to the “end of humanity.” While this year, the Bulletin focused […]