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CNS GRAs Present Findings at the Project on Nuclear Issues’ 2022 Summer Conference

The GRAs presented their research to a diverse audience including technical and policy experts from national laboratories, government agencies, and civil society.

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Dr. Allison Berke joins CNS as Chemical and Biological Weapons Nonproliferation Program Director

CNS Founding Director William Potter expressed great enthusiasm about the appointment, which he characterized as “adding significantly to the scientific expertise of CNS related to both bioengineering and cybersecurity.”

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WMD Terrorism Threats: Assessing and Prosecuting

Eighteen senior and mid-level government employees from Malaysia and the Philippines traveled to CNS for a two-week in-person workshop.

Dr. Siegfried Hecker Appointed as Distinguished Professor of Practice

The former director of Los Alamos National Laboratory and one of the most honored U.S. nuclear scientists has joined CNS.

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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.

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CNS Supports Radioactive Source Users in Central Asia and Azerbaijan in Improving Security Culture

CNS completed a year-long project to increase radiological security culture awareness in Central Asia and Azerbaijan.

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Latin American and Caribbean Diplomats Trained in the Legacy of Nobel Peace Laureate García Robles

The 8th Nuclear Disarmament and Nonproliferation Summer School for Latin America and Caribbean diplomats.

Review Conference President-designate Gustavo Zlauvinen, CNS Director William Potter, and UN Under-Secretary General and High Representative for Disarmament Affairs Izumi Nakamitsu

NPT Diplomats Meet in Annecy 2022

Over 60 senior diplomats, officials, and experts met for the traditional CNS NPT Diplomatic Workshop on “The 10th NPT Review Conference: Prospects and Pitfalls.”

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Summer Undergraduate Nonproliferation Program Convenes in a Hybrid Format

Despite the still lingering COVID-19 pandemic, and necessary restrictions, CNS continues to enhance youth education and training for a more secure and peaceful world.

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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.