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Nuclear Challenges

Working to reduce nuclear threats by decreasing the availability and use of weapons-useable material.

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Representative Grants
King's College London, Department of War Studies
2015
$ 2,021,000 for general operations.
Stimson Center
2016
$ 410,000 in support of research and engagement on “Partners in Prevention: Promoting Industry Solutions to the Nuclear Security Threat.”
George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs
2015
$ 410,000 for a project entitled "Nuclear Waste Solutions: Moving the Stagnant U.S. Nuclear Waste Policy."
Center for Strategic & International Studies
2016
$ 600,000 in support of research and engagement to reduce risks posed by fissile material.
Union of Concerned Scientists
2016
$ 450,000 in support of a project to reduce risks posed by weapons-useable material in the United States.
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