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Project Examines Proposed Upgrades to U.S. Nuclear Arsenal

A reporting project by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting is examining Pentagon plans to spend an estimated $1 trillion to buy a new generation of nuclear weapons to replace the current arsenal. Read More
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Americans Favor Deal With Iran, Survey Finds

A majority of Americans supports the broad outlines of an agreement with Iran to limit its nuclear program to civilian uses, according to a public opinion poll by the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Read More
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Bulletin Plans Nuclear Museum Exhibit, Workshops to Communicate Science

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists will partner with Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry to design an interactive exhibit exploring the past and future of nuclear energy as part of a celebration of the Bulletin ... Read More

"BRICS Approaches to Security Multilateralism"

A commentary by Mikhail Troitskiy
Air and Space Power Journal
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Online Tool Calculates Nuclear Fuel Cycle Cost

The calculator will help countries understand the true cost of nuclear reprocessing by estimating the full cost of electricity produced by three configurations of the nuclear fuel cycle. Read More
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Report Examines Nuclear Security and Disarmament Link

Foreign Policy Institute Fellow Deepti Choubey examines how nuclear-armed and non-nuclear-weapon states view the relationship between preventing nuclear terrorism and reducing and eliminating nuclear weapons. Read More

"Focal Points in Arms Control"

A commentary by Mikhail Troitskiy
PIN Points - the Clingendael Institute's Negotiation Magazine
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Report Says U.S. Should Examine Low Enriched Uranium as Navy Fuel

The report endorses funding for research and development on advanced low enriched uranium fuels no later than 2017, in time for development of the next generation nuclear attack submarine. Read More

“Nuclear Escalation and the ‘Russian World’”

A commentary by Mikhail Troitskiy
Survival: Global Politics and Strategy
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Virtual Roundtables Set on Reinventing Nuclear Security

A series of six virtual roundtables will explore how 21st Century innovation might accelerate progress toward the eventual eradication of nuclear weapons and the threats posed by nuclear materials. Read More

Staff

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Stephanie Platz

Managing Director, International Programs
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Emma Belcher

Director, International Peace and Security
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Igor Zevelev

Director, Russia Office
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Mikhail Troitskiy

Deputy Director, Russia Office
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John Fei

Program Officer
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Kimberly Collins

Executive Assistant
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Renee Munro

Executive Secretary, International Peace & Security

Rossi M. Polenica

Program Assistant

Media Contact

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Sean Harder

Communications Officer