Tag Archives: FMCT

The Week Ahead, May 12-17: P5+1 Talks with Iran; Lethal Autonomous Weapons; MEWMDFZ Consultations; CD Reconvenes

The following are some of the key arms control dates and developments to watch in the coming week. For more news and analysis on these and other weapons-related security issues, consider subscribing to ACA’s monthly journal Arms Control Today, which … Continue reading

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The Week Ahead March 31- April 5: GGE on the FMCT; Mine Action Day; 5th Anniv. of Prague Speech; Pitching-In

The following are some of the key arms control dates and developments to watch in the coming week. For more news and analysis on these and other weapons-related security issues, consider subscribing to ACA’s monthly journal Arms Control Today, which … 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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North Korea’s Presidency Is Not the CD’s Real Tragedy

By Rob Golan-Vilella Two weeks ago, some eyebrows were raised when North Korea assumed the rotating presidency of the Conference on Disarmament (CD). Observers mocked the idea that North Korea—an international pariah state that in the past decade has withdrawn … Continue reading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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