Tag Archives: Fissile Materials

Nuclear Security: More Action, Less Encouragement

By Kelsey Davenport  Last week, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) held its first ministerial-level meeting on nuclear security, the International Conference on Nuclear Security: Enhancing Global Efforts. The purpose of the high-level conference was to strengthen and bring greater … Continue reading

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Summit Successes Over Seoul-ed?

By Benjamin Kagel and Kelsey Davenport A panel of four foreign policy experts weighed in on missed opportunities from the recent nuclear security summit, held March 26-27 in Seoul, South Korea. Speaking at the National Press Club last Friday, the … Continue reading

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Fissile Material Removal Underscores Need for Full Congressional Support

By Daryl G. Kimball Arms control works when governments and political leaders work together and commit the necessary resources to get the job done. This week, the South African government and National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) announced the successful return … Continue reading

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After New START, What’s Next? Remarks at 3rd Annual “Nuclear Deterrence Summit”

Arms Control Association Executive Director Daryl G. Kimball discussed what’s next after New START yesterday at the 3rd Annual “Nuclear Deterrence Summit,” in Crystal City, VA. Below are his prepared remarks: After New START, What’s Next? It’s a pleasure and … Continue reading

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