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Winners of the 2019 McElvany Nonproliferation Award

The Nonproliferation Review recognizes outstanding scholarly achievement by five prominent experts.

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Nonproliferation Review, Vol. 26, Nos. 5–6

Includes a Special Section on the shifting South Asian nuclear landscape.

Negotiations about Iranian Nuclear Program - the Ministers of Foreign Affairs and Other Officials of the P5+1 and Ministers of Foreign Affairs of Iran and EU in Lausanne (Src: Wikimedia Commons)

NPR’s Iran Reader

Key articles on Iran’s nuclear program and the world’s response.

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Winners of the 2018 McElvany Nonproliferation Challenge

The Nonproliferation Review recognizes outstanding scholarly achievement by four prominent experts.

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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.

Event: Lessons Learned from Eliminating WMD

The Nonproliferation Review launched its newest volume: a special, double issue on eliminating weapons of mass destruction.

NPR Doreen and Jim McElvany Nonproliferation Challenge

2016 McElvany Challenge: How Do You Solve a Problem Like Proliferation?

Enter and help us find innovative ways to resolve today’s most urgent challenges relating to chemical, biological, nuclear, and radiological weapons.

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Participate in the 2014 McElvany Nonproliferation Challenge

A writing competition featuring an $8,000 grand prize.

Free Nonproliferation Review Article: Escape from Nuclear Deterrence

Lessons for Global Zero from the Strategic Defense Initiative.

Winners of the 2011 Doreen and Jim McElvany Challenge

Winners of the 2011 Doreen and Jim McElvany Challenge Competition

A Luncheon Briefing featured presentations by Nonproliferation Review authors John Krige and Lyndon Burford was held on June 21, 2012 in Washington, DC.