Joseph O'Mahoney, 2020 McElvany Award winner

Announcing the 2020 McElvany Award winners

Grand Prize winner: “The Smiling Buddha effect: Canadian and US policy after India’s 1974 nuclear test”

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How the IAEA can help nuclear power plants in Ukraine’s war zone

Exploration of what the agency can and cannot do to ensure the safety and security of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

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Draconian sanctions ‘on the table’ if Russia violated red line

CNS expert Philipp Bleek discusses the possibility of Russia using chemical weapons.

Russian-Ukraine War Updates Interview

CNS expert Miles Pomper interviewed in English by BeFM, a Korean-English broadcast.

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Russia’s novel strategic weapons: staying ahead of the Americans?

Examining public data, declassified intelligence, and commercial satellite imagery, the authors identify drivers behind Russia’s pursuit of weapons systems.

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An Indian Perspective on China’s Nuclear Weapons

Although both China and India have never issued a nuclear threat to each other, Beijing often views New Delhi as a peripheral threat.

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Expert Concerned Russia Could Deploy Small, ‘Tactical’ Nuclear Weapon in Ukraine

VIDEO: CNS expert on NBC online outlet, XL, discussing Russian nuclear forces and the war with Ukraine

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Would Vladimir Putin use tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine?

As the war approaches Nato’s borders military officials on both sides will have to communicate closely.

Encouraging Gender Balance in the Nuclear Field Through Mentorship, Education, and Networking

Explores challenges women in the nonproliferation field still face and how mentorship and educational opportunities can break some barriers.

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A New Nuclear Arms Race Is a Real Possibility

History suggests the war in Ukraine could put an end to arms control as we know it.