Category Archives: Proliferation

We Were All Equal In The End

And as the windshield melts My tears evaporate Leaving only charcoal to defend. Finally I understand the feelings of the few. Ashes and diamonds Foe and friend We were all equal in the end. – Pink Floyd, “Two Suns In The Sunset” Years ago, I swore that I’d never begin a blog post or an [...]
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The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference: An Interview with Ambassador Eric Danon

Also published here. Forty years ago, one of the most important treaties in recent history went into effect: the The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, or the NPT. This treaty has been ratified by 190 countries, with the main objective being to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons and nuclear weapon-related technology, while [...]
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Nuclear Security Summit Wrap Up

Also published here. For the past eight years or so, the Nuclear Threat Initiative has commissioned a series of reports called “Securing The Bomb“. The lead author of these reports is Harvard professor Matthew Bunn, who is an expert in nuclear security and proliferation. The reports deal with the ongoing problem of poorly secured weapons-grade [...]
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