Reports & Books

OP#37: All the World is Staged: An Analysis of Social Media Influence Operations against US Counterproliferation Efforts in Syria

OP#37: All the World is Staged

An analysis of social media influence operations against US counterproliferation efforts in Syria.

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The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks against the United States

A speculative novel on how the United States and North Korea might stumble into a nuclear war, by CNS expert Jeffrey Lewis.

Once and Future Partners: The US, Russia, and Nuclear Non-proliferation book cover

Once and Future Partners: The US, Russia, and Nuclear Non-proliferation

Despite their Cold War rivalry, the US and the Soviet Union frequently engaged in joint efforts to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

Preventing Black-Market Trade in Nuclear Technology

Preventing Black-Market Trade in Nuclear Technology

A book co-edited by Matthew Bunn, William C. Potter, Leonard S. Spector, and Martin B. Malin.

The Nonproliferation Review

New Issue of the Nonproliferation Review Now Available

This issue contains a special section, “Symposium: The Strategic Elimination of Nuclear Weapons,” that is free to access until June 30, 2018.

OP#36: The Shadow Sector: North Korea’s Information Technology Networks

OP#36: The Shadow Sector: North Korea’s Information Technology Networks

North Korea’s global IT network undermines sanctions and poses grave cyber-security threats.

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NPT Briefing Book 2018

The new edition presents key documents related to the 2020 review cycle of the NPT.

William Potter, Masako Toki

Celebrating 15 Years of Disarmament and Nonproliferation Education

CNS experts on the need to inform and empower citizens for peace.

Vladimir Putin (src: shutterstock.com)

Biosecurity in Putin’s Russia

An authoritative, penetrating, and worrisome examination of a vital world issue.

OP#35: Countering North Korean Procurement Networks Through Financial Measures: The Role of Southeast Asia

OP#35: Countering North Korean Procurement Networks Through Financial Measures: The Role of Southeast Asia

Occasional Paper #35 is intended to aid Southeast Asian governments and financial institutions to counter financing of WMD programs in North Korea and other states of concern.