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Majority of Americans Support International Nuclear Treaties

A survey of American’s views on nuclear policy found a majority of registered voters support strengthening nuclear treaties, including those that ban testing.

"The Nuclear Weapons Sisterhood"

The New York Times
Related Grantee: Nuclear Threat Initiative

"Evolving the Nuclear Conversation"

Virgin
Related Grantee: Ploughshares Fund
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A Call for Congressional Action on Nuclear Terror

A bipartisan statement calls for Congress to take action on nuclear security to prevent nuclear and radiological terrorism.
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‘NukeFest’ Provides Forum to Discuss Most Pressing Nuclear Challenges

The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) hosted its biennial international nuclear policy conference, which emphasized the need for bipartisan nuclear policy solutions.

"Stop Shredding Our Nuclear Safety Net"

The New York Times
Related Grantee: Stimson Center
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Updates to North Korea’s Nuclear History

Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), a grantee, updated their comprehensive history of North Korea’s nuclear program to include developments through 2018.
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Scientific Collaboration May Help North Korea Evade Sanctions

An analysis of published studies emerging from collaborations between North Korean and foreign scientists found that these open research collaborations enable the country to evade some sanctions.
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Recommendations for Nuclear Waste Management

Metatext: A report on U.S. nuclear waste policy recommends establishing an independent, nonprofit entity tasked with nuclear waste management with a final goal of long-term disposal. Grantees: Stanford University’s Center for International Security and ...
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Congressional Leadership on Nuclear Threats

Director of Nuclear Challenges Emma Belcher discusses efforts to reduce the risks posed by nuclear weapons through fostering knowledge and bipartisanship on the issue.
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Updates to North Korea’s Nuclear History

Stanford’s Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC), a grantee, updated their comprehensive history of North Korea’s nuclear program to include developments through 2018.

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Valerie Chang

Managing Director, Programs
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Emma Belcher

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Janice A. Dunbar

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Theo Kalionzes

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Angela Schlater

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Coralie Bauduy

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Amini Jackson

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Maria Speiser

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Joanna Cohen

Senior Evaluation Officer
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