Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell was a featured guest on Ploughshare’s Press the Button podcast, talking about the importance of remaining in the Open Skies Treaty.
The United States doesn’t need to reserve the right to nuke Australia or Togo. Take one minute and learn how the Senate can make that clear. It’s long past time to ratify the remaining Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones.
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell co-authored an article in Deep Cuts on how to save the Open Skies Treaty. A picture, it is said, is worth 1,000 words. The image-centric Treaty on Open Skies (Open Skies) embodies that concept perfectly. The trusted pictures shared among all the Parties to the treaty create more certainty than […]
The Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) is an intergovernmental organization whose members implement voluntary export controls on missiles capable of delivering nuclear, chemical or biological weapons, as well as related technology. As of February 2017, 35 nations are members of the MTCR. Objective The MTCR was founded in 1987 by Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United […]
Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell was a guest on the Press the Button podcast, on which she discussed the Trump Administration’s potential to be the only administration in 60 years not to start or finish a nuclear arms control agreement; the decisions facing the president sworn in in 2021; and how nuclear arms control struggles […]