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Setting the Tone for the 10th NPT Review Conference: A Working Lunch in New York

CNS organized, in consultation with the President-designate of the 10th Review Conference and the Office of Disarmament Affairs, a high-level consultative working lunch.

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High-Level Officials/Experts Discuss Nonproliferation at CNS’s International Advisory Council Meeting

The meeting was characterized by a common recognition of the vital role CNS plays in mitigating global proliferation threats.

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Critical Issues Forum 4th Speaker Series: Technology and Education for Nuclear Disarmament

VIDEO: Using technology and education to bring the past to the present and the future for nuclear disarmament.

Webinar screenshot: UNODA and CNS host webinar on the Southeast Asia Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone

UNODA and CNS host webinar on the Southeast Asia Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone

The recorded event opened with UNODA High Representative Ms. Izumi Nakamitsu, and included a discussion amongst experts and a Q&A session.

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As Atomic Bomb Survivors Age, They’re Motivating the Next Generation on Disarmament

Even in a pandemic, Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb survivors remind the world that nuclear weapons remain an existential threat.

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Summer Undergraduate Nonproliferation Fellows Present Research Projects

The program proceeded in a fully online format for the second summer in a row due to the ongoing pandemic.

William C. Potter is the founding director of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies (CNS) and the Sam Nunn and Richard Lugar Professor of Nonproliferation Studies at the Middlebury Institute. (Credit: Elena Zhukova )

Dr. William Potter, CNS Founder and Champion of Nonproliferation Education, Receives Award from Carnegie Endowment

The Thérèse Delpech Memorial Award is designated for “an individual who has rendered exceptional service to the nongovernmental nuclear policy community.”

Rose Gottemoeller at the negotiations of the New Start Treaty

Negotiating a New Start Treaty

VIDEO: An insiders view of the negotiations of the treaty in 2009-2010.

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CNS Continues to Enhance Nonproliferation Education for Future Leaders

CNS hosts 13 undergraduate fellows for the Summer 2021 Undergraduate Nonproliferation Fellowship.

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Masters Students in Dual Degree Program Defend Theses

Students from Russia, the United States and South Korea presented their final papers as the result of their studies in 2019-2021.