Monthly Archives: October 2009

Beyond The Headlines: What’s Really Going On With That “Iran Nuclear Deal”?

Originally published here. It has been a very interesting and tense month-and-a-half for arms control and nuclear non-proliferation advocates, both those associated with a variety of Western governments as well as those in non-governmental organizations and think tanks. Against the backdrop of the September 25 revelation of a covert uranium enrichment facility in Iran, the [...]
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‘They are saluting his commitment to disarmament’

Originally published here. At the beginning of January 2007, four well-respected US statesmen got together and published an extraordinary editorial in the Wall Street Journal. It was based on their 40-plus years of experience in national and international affairs, working with both Democratic and Republican presidents. George Shultz, William Perry, Henry Kissinger, and Sam Nunn [...]
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The Fruits of Diplomacy

Previously published here. The past few weeks have seen some pretty interesting developments in a realm not many people usually think too much about, but one that affects all of us: nuclear weapons, and the control of their proliferation. Specifically, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) learned that Iran had been building a covert uranium [...]
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