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MacArthur's Robert Gallucci On What to Do, and Not Do, About North Korea

The death of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il creates some opportunities and potential traps for the administration and senior leaders in the United States, says MacArthur President Robert Gallucci. Read More

World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates to Convene in Chicago

Recognized as among the most important annual events in the field of peacemaking, the summit will be held in Chicago April 23-25, 2012. Read More

Improving Cross-Taiwan Strait Relations

With MacArthur support, an academic dialogue seeks to help governments and societies of Mainland China and Taiwan improve communication, stabilization, and progress in cross-Taiwan Strait relations. Read More

Leadership and the Future of Nuclear Energy

MacArthur President Robert Gallucci speaks at a symposium of energy scientists and researchers about future of nuclear energy. Read More

Addressing Prospects and Challenges for the Global Nuclear Future: After Fukushima

MacArthur President Robert Gallucci discusses how the average citizen's perception of nuclear energy might be affected by the 2011 crisis at the Japanese power plant. Read More

PBS Frontline Investigates U.S. Campaign of Targeted Killing

PBS FRONTLINE, a MacArthur grantee, carries out an in-depth investigation into the United States’ unprecedented campaign of targeted killing. Read More

Deterrence in the Age of Nuclear Proliferation

George Shultz, William Perry, Henry Kissinger, and Sam Nunn call for nations to begin moving now toward a new, safer, and more stable form of deterrence with decreasing nuclear risks. Read More
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MacArthur Awards $4 Million to Help Reduce the Threat of Nuclear Weapons

MacArthur announced six grants totaling nearly $4 million for efforts to prevent nuclear terrorism and strengthen regional nuclear stability in South Asia. Read More