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William Potter and Charles Oppenheimer

Oppenheimer on Oppenheimer: A Family Perspective with Charles Oppenheimer and CNS Experts

Charles Oppenheimer is leading the Oppenheimer Project which promotes, advocates, and invests in the values of J. Robert Oppenheimer.

Margarita Kalinina-Pohl, Masako Toki and other colleagues at the "Stronger than Death" Monument in Semey, Kazakhstan (2014)

CNS Experts Observe the International Day Against Nuclear Tests by Raising Awareness about Humanitarian Impacts of Nuclear Tests and Nuclear Weapons

CNS experts commemorate the day with an interview with The Astana Times and a webinar with a hibakusha.

Headshot of Dr. Hanna Notte

CNS Welcomes Dr. Hanna Notte as Director of the Eurasia Nonproliferation Program

Dr. Notte transitions to CNS from the VCDNP, where she has worked as a Senior Research Associate since summer 2021.

NPTS Alumnus Gabiden Laumulin - The Significant CNS/MIIS Presence at the 2023 NPT PrepCom in Vienna

The Significant CNS/MIIS Presence at the 2023 NPT PrepCom in Vienna

In keeping with its deep tradition, CNS was very visible at meetings of the Working Group for Further Strengthening the NPT Review Process and the 2023 NPT Preparatory Committee in Vienna.

Logo for the symposium, "Nuclear Nonproliferation and Security for Women in STEM in Latin America and the Caribbean"

CNS Brings Together Women in STEM from Latin America and the Caribbean to Discuss Nonproliferation, Nuclear Security, and DEI Initiatives

CNS invigorated discussion of gender equality, diversity, equity, and inclusion in the nonproliferation and nuclear security field in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Raising Next Generation Nonproliferation Experts through the Summer Undergraduate Program

Fellows receive invaluable job training, work closely with CNS experts, and participate in an engaging lecture series.

Visiting Fellows Program

The Visiting Fellows program offers intensive training to junior and mid-career professionals in foreign ministries and other relevant government departments, national export control and regulatory bodies, journalists, research and academic institutions to obtain an in-depth understanding of the nonproliferation and disarmament regime and related international policy-making process. Established in 1991, the Visiting Fellows program is […]

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Now accepting applications for 2024 Spring Visiting Fellows program

Applications for the Spring 2024 program will be accepted between August 1 and September 30, 2023.

Seeing first-hand how the U.S. State Department carries out U.S. nonproliferation policy.

CNS Congratulates Spring 2023 Visiting Fellows on Completion of Nonproliferation Training

Last month, CNS bid farewell to the latest group of visiting fellows following the successful completion of their intensive, 15-week nonproliferation training program.

Jayantha Dhanapala

In Remembrance of Jayantha Dhanapala (1938-2023)

Jayantha Dhanapala was an extraordinary global citizen, who will be sorely missed by all.