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New CNS DC website focused on trade compliance and guidance for emerging technology sectors

This website will serve as a central hub for information on CNS’s research on trade controls and emerging technology proliferation.

The Brazilian Navy’s first Scorpène-class submarine S40 Riachuelo, launched in December 2018. The first Brazilian nuclear-powered attack submarine SSN Alvaro Alberto is scheduled for 2030.

Brazil wants special treatment for its nuclear submarine program—just like Australia

2022 will mark the beginning of complex negotiations on safeguards for nuclear submarines that will have important implications for the safeguards system.

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Workshop Held in DC on the Constitutional History of the NPT

The scholars are currently working on a Carnegie-funded book project on the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons.

Sophia Poteet

Sophia Poteet

Research Assistant and Office Manager, CNS Washington, DC Office

Container ship loading and unloading in sea port.

Export Control Dialogue in Context of Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine

The focus of this CNS-organized event was to promote dialogue and discussion between the government and the private sector.

Joseph O'Mahoney, 2020 McElvany Award winner

Announcing the 2020 McElvany Award winners

Grand Prize winner: “The Smiling Buddha effect: Canadian and US policy after India’s 1974 nuclear test”

Russian-Ukraine War Updates Interview

CNS expert Miles Pomper interviewed in English by BeFM, a Korean-English broadcast.

Illustration with Electronic Circuit Board Connections and Cybersecurity Icons (src: Shutterstock)

CNS Survey on Cybersecurity of Export-Controlled Information

CNS is seeking to build a database of current, global practices using the resulting information gathered through this survey.

Cover: Export Control and Emerging Technology Control in an Era of Strategic Competition

Export Control and Emerging Technology Control in an Era of Strategic Competition

This paper provides an overview of changes taking place in relation to export controls, particularly from a US perspective.

Daniel Horner

Managing Editor, the Nonproliferation Review