Event Reports

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CNS Washington, DC Residential Program on North Korea Sanctions

CNS reengaged eight countries on implementation of sanctions, particularly due to the changes in North Korean sanctions evasion during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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CNS Year in Review 2022

In 2022, CNS Experts were at the forefront of global nonproliferation and security issues, providing analysis, publications, education, and training.

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Critical Issues Forum Teachers and Bread Loaf Teacher Network Meeting on Disarmament and Nonproliferation Education

The goal of the Teachers Retreat was to expand and solidify the disarmament and nonproliferation educator network in the United States.

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Securing Innovation Event Series

CNS’s case studies on dual-uses in genetic editing, artificial intelligence, and additive manufacturing were presented to industry and government representatives on gaps in regulations with experts from Kenya and Nigeria.

CNS IAC 2022 meeting members (Source: Kaveh Sardari)

CNS Advisory Council Meeting Featured CTBO Executive Secretary Robert Floyd, NPT Review Conference President Gustavo Zlauvinen, and US Under-Secretary of State Bonnie Jenkins

The CNS International Advisory Council held its annual meeting in Washington, DC on October 24, 2022.

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CNS Celebrates a Successful First Year of the Black Sea Women in Nuclear Network

The meeting in Malta gathered 35 regional and international participants from Bulgaria, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, Türkiye, Ukraine, Austria, Belgium, United Kingdom, and United States.

Dr. Hanna Notte speaking at the Carnegie Nuclear Policy Conference in Washington DC, in a panel addressing the question: “Arms Control in Europe After the Russo-Ukrainian War, Really?”

Arms Control in Europe After the Russo-Ukrainian War, Really?

Dr. Hanna Notte spoke at a Carnegie Nuclear Policy Conference panel in Washington DC, addressing European and Russian views on arms control opportunities.

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The Power of VR and Storytelling: Building Empathy for a Nuclear Weapons Free World

Critical Issues Forum 7th Speaker Series: The risk of nuclear weapons is as great as it has been since the end of the Cold War, making this Speaker Series topic extremely timely.

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US-Black Sea Nonproliferation Professionals Exchange: US Module

Participants from six countries fostered ties between US and Black Sea technical and policy communities with tours of both of the National Laboratories, nuclear science museums, and Washington DC.

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Rethinking Nuclear Weapons Choices

In his new book, Dr. Pelopidas disproves four common assumptions of the proliferation paradigm.