George Perkovich testifies to the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Civil Nuclear Cooperation with Pakistan.
James Acton testifies to House Committee on Foreign Affairs on Conventional Prompt Global Strike weapons.
The IAEA will meet on whether Iran has come clean about trying to build nuclear weapons—and whether the nuclear deal will move forward.
The Iran deal will be implemented by all the parties because they have more to gain than to lose in doing so.
Japan has pledged not to produce more plutonium than it can consume. Serious questions are emerging, however, about whether it can uphold this commitment.
George Perkovich, Mark Hibbs, James Acton, and Toby Dalton analyze the Iran nuclear deal.
Prominent experts discuss arms control, nuclear regulation, the India deal, Iran, morality, and much more.
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