Oppenheimer: The Rest of the Story

Dr. Hecker provides the back story to some key elements of the film and shares his views on the legacy of Oppenheimer and the Manhattan Project.

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Experts Discuss Emerging Challenges to NATO Nuclear Deterrence

Senior Research Associate Natasha Bajema and Director of the Eurasia Nonproliferation Program Hanna Notte spoke at NATO’s annual Nuclear Policy Symposium in Skopje, North Macedonia.

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2024 CIF Spring Conference Report

High school students and teachers from Japan and the United States discuss ways to advance nuclear disarmament through youth education.

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Don’t Expect Any Breakthroughs In India-Pakistan Relations

The lack of political will on both sides suggests there are slim chances of a major breakthrough in Indo-Pak relations.

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The Changing Dynamics of Nuclear Crises in South Asia: What Lies Ahead

A webinar featuring Dr. Rabia Akhtar, Ruhee Neog, Dr. Christopher Clary, Dr. Jeffrey Knopf, and Dr. William Potter. Moderated by Syed Ali Zia Jaffery.

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In Remembrance of Ben Sanders

Benjamin Sanders passed away at the age of 97 on March 31, 2024. He was perhaps the last of the original nonproliferation titans.

Psychological and Societal Sources of Nuclear Peace

MIIS professor and chair of the Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies MA program Jeff Knopf has just published a new book chapter.

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Has Iran Become a De Facto Nuclear State?

Did the events of October 7, and the subsequent war in Gaza, give Tehran a golden opportunity to cross all the relevant thresholds?

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Public and Elite Support for Nuclear Arms Control in NATO Countries

Video of a presentation by speakers, Michal Smetana and Ondrej Rosendorf.

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To Secure Kazakhstan’s Uranium, Chinese Players Were Compelled to Accommodate Local Partners

Kazakhstan has leveraged its natural uranium resources to hold the reins in its nuclear fuel–related dealings with China.