Reports & Books

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OP #52: Scientific Risk Assessment of Genetic Weapons Systems

Examines potential for precision medicine to be used in a genetic weapon system, state capabilities and motivations, and offers policy recommendations.

Book cover for "International Nuclear Export Controls and Non-Proliferation: The Collective Action Problem" by Ian J. Stewart.

International Nuclear Export Controls and Non-Proliferation

A book by Ian J. Stewart examining the evolution of international nuclear non-proliferation trade controls over time.

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End of an Era: The United States, Russia, and Nuclear Nonproliferation

US-Russian cooperation on nuclear nonproliferation: Will shared interests prevail or fall victim to rivalry and mistrust?

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Book Release: Nuclear Choices for the Twenty-First Century

Topics covered are radioactivity, radiation, nuclear fission, nuclear reactors, and fusion energy, nuclear fuel cycle and the management of nuclear waste.

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OP #50: Making a Better Open Skies Treaty

How the Biden Administration can re-join the treaty, Russia may be persuaded to stay in it, and other members can help facilitate them.

OP #48: US Nonproliferation Cooperation with Russia and China

Absent great power cooperation, nonproliferation will be difficult to sustain.

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Transparency and Reporting on Arms Exports within and from the EU

Report prepared for the European Parliament.

Phosphate mine - Cover of OP#47: Dual Use in the DPRK: Uranium Extraction from Phosphate Fertilizer Factories

OP #47: Dual Use in the DPRK

North Korea could produce more yellowcake than previously assessed.

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Avoiding a Post-INF Missile Race

Brief prepared for the CNS-CENESS US-Russia Dialogue on Nuclear Issues in Moscow.

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WMD Capabilities Enabled by Additive Manufacturing

Developments in 3D printing could spur the spread of chemical and biological weapons and WMD delivery systems.