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George Washington University Receives Support for Program on New Approaches to Regional Security Eurasia

MacArthur and the Carnegie Corporation of New York awarded $2 million to GW's Elliott School of International Affairs to lead three programs enhancing scholarship and public policy awareness of global security issues. Read More

New Documentary Explores Nuclear Dangers

Nuclear Tipping Point examines contemporary nuclear dangers and features interviews. Read More

MacArthur's Robert Gallucci on Why Intelligence-Sharing Can't Always Make Us Safer

MacArthur President Robert Gallucci argues the practice of intelligence sharing can sometimes hamper decision-makers rather than help them. Read More

Chinese See Environment as Biggest Security Threat

Newsweek's Wealth of Nations Blog
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Report on Global Fissile Material

A new report by the International Panel on Fissile Materials offers an annual review of global nuclear weapons stockpiles, production, and elimination, providing necessary context for a path to nuclear disarmament. Read More

Obama Wins U.N. Vote on Nuclear Arms

New York Times
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Obama Leaves U.N. with Nuclear Deal

Washington Times
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Security Council Calls for Nuclear Disarmament

NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
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U.N. Passes Nuclear-Safeguards Plan

Wall Street Journal
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