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Watch the Chinese Government Casually Drive a Massive Nuke through Afternoon Traffic

Even before Trump axed our nuclear weapons security chief, experts were warning of the dangers of Trump’s cold war era mentality of fending off (encouraging) enemies by creating and bragging about increased nuclear capabilities. However, some, like President of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe Dr. Moshe Kantor, as voiced in December an article penned for The Independent expressed hope that Trump could be right – that getting along with fellow nuclear leader Russia might not be the worst thing.

Death and Taxes | #PRESS

ISIS Warning: Terror Group 'Want Radioactive Material to Make a Nuclear Dirty Bomb'

​The bomb could contaminate large areas and cause deadly illnesses such as cancer. At the same time a Russian expert warned that America and Russia are in danger of triggering an "uncontrolled arms race" by failing to negotiate over nuclear weapons.

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President Of Luxembourg Forum Welcomes Russia’s Attention To Threat Of Nuclear Terrorism

The president of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe Viatcheslav Kantor has welcomed Russia’s attention to the issue of preventing the threat of nuclear terrorism. He was commenting on the Russia’s new Foreign Policy Concept laid out by President Vladimir Putin on December 1.

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Mark Fitzpatrick and Paulina Izewicz: Whither the JCPOA under Trump?

Paulina Izewicz and Mark Fitzpatrick analyze the future of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Mark Fitzpatrick | #PRESS

Sam Nunn on the Urgent Nuclear Security Issues Facing the Next U.S. President

Senator Sam Nunn on North Korea, US-Russia relations, and the cyber threat.

Sam Nunn | #PRESS

Vladimir Sazhin: "There is no alternative to Hassan Rouhani in Iran"

A senior research fellow of the Institute for Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladimir Sazhin, made it clear, speaking to Vestnik Kavkaza, that today, there is no alternative to president Hassan Rouhani.

Vladimir Sazhin | #PRESS

Pakistan’s Choice

The co-founder of the Stimson Center writes about the growing distance between Pakistani security narratives and narratives that outsiders hold about Pakistan.

Michael Krepon | #PRESS

The Hidden Side of the U.S.-Russian Strategic Confrontation

This publication was originally published in the Septrmber 2016 issue of Arms Control Today. It is part of a project of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Alexey Arbatov | #PRESS

U.N., Trump Denounce North Korea, But No Sign Of Any Action

The U.N. Security Council denounced North Korea's weekend missile launch, urging members to "redouble efforts" to enforce sanctions against the reclusive state, but gave no indications of any action it might take

Reuters | #NEWS

Iran Confirms New Missile Test

Iran’s Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan confirmed on Wednesday that the country has carried out a missile test recently, stressing that the Islamic Republic will not allow others to interfere in its defense affairs

Tasnim | #NEWS

Luxembourg Forum to Convene Conference on Nuclear Security In 2017

The International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe will convene a major conference on nuclear security in 2017, the key international organizations working in the sphere of nuclear security will be invited

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International Luxembourg Forum Experts to Discuss Pressing Issues of Nuclear Disarmament and Counteracting International Terrorism

The International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe will hold a conference billed as “Reykjavik: 30 Years Later – Lessons of the Past and Future Goals” on June 7-8, 2016, in Amsterdam

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International nuclear experts call on US and Russia to form a coalition to tackle threat of nuclear terrorism

The declaration of the International Luxembourg Forum on preventing a crisis in the control over proliferation of nuclear weapons and efforts against nuclear terrorism

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Participants of Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe Conference to Discuss Major Problems of Nuclear Security and Non-proliferation

The International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe conference billed as The 2015 NPT Review Conference and the Regional Non-proliferation Issues will take place on 9-10 June 2015 in Stockholm

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Experts in Geneva Discuss Stopping Nuclear Proliferation

Former IEAE chief Blix tells ‘Post’ at Luxembourg Forum: Israel is never going to get 100% security in this world

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Participants of Luxembourg Forum Round Table to Elaborate Urgent Proposals on Strengthening the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime in Anticipation of 2015 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

On June 10, 2014, the two day’s round table of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe started in Geneva

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Mohamed ElBaradei Joins Supervisory Council of the Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe

Mohamed ElBaradei, former Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), officially confirmed his entering into the Supervisory Council of the Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe

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Luxembourg Forum’s Supervisory Council Came Together in Warsaw to Discuss Secure Nuclear Tolerance

On December 10, 2013, a meeting of the Supervisory Council of the Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe was convened in Warsaw

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Watch the Chinese Government Casually Drive a Massive Nuke through Afternoon Traffic

Even before Trump axed our nuclear weapons security chief, experts were warning of the dangers of Trump’s cold war era mentality of fending off (encouraging) enemies by creating and bragging about increased nuclear capabilities. However, some, like President of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe Dr. Moshe Kantor, as voiced in December an article penned for The Independent expressed hope that Trump could be right – that getting along with fellow nuclear leader Russia might not be the worst thing.

Death and Taxes | #PRESS

ISIS Warning: Terror Group 'Want Radioactive Material to Make a Nuclear Dirty Bomb'

​The bomb could contaminate large areas and cause deadly illnesses such as cancer. At the same time a Russian expert warned that America and Russia are in danger of triggering an "uncontrolled arms race" by failing to negotiate over nuclear weapons.

#PRESS

President Of Luxembourg Forum Welcomes Russia’s Attention To Threat Of Nuclear Terrorism

The president of the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe Viatcheslav Kantor has welcomed Russia’s attention to the issue of preventing the threat of nuclear terrorism. He was commenting on the Russia’s new Foreign Policy Concept laid out by President Vladimir Putin on December 1.

#PRESS

Mark Fitzpatrick and Paulina Izewicz: Whither the JCPOA under Trump?

Paulina Izewicz and Mark Fitzpatrick analyze the future of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

Mark Fitzpatrick | #PRESS

Sam Nunn on the Urgent Nuclear Security Issues Facing the Next U.S. President

Senator Sam Nunn on North Korea, US-Russia relations, and the cyber threat.

Sam Nunn | #PRESS

Vladimir Sazhin: "There is no alternative to Hassan Rouhani in Iran"

A senior research fellow of the Institute for Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladimir Sazhin, made it clear, speaking to Vestnik Kavkaza, that today, there is no alternative to president Hassan Rouhani.

Vladimir Sazhin | #PRESS

Pakistan’s Choice

The co-founder of the Stimson Center writes about the growing distance between Pakistani security narratives and narratives that outsiders hold about Pakistan.

Michael Krepon | #PRESS

The Hidden Side of the U.S.-Russian Strategic Confrontation

This publication was originally published in the Septrmber 2016 issue of Arms Control Today. It is part of a project of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.

Alexey Arbatov | #PRESS

Former US Secretary of Defense favors “three Nos” on North Korean nukes

Former U.S. Secretary of Defense under President Bill Clinton discusses North Korea's fifth nuclear test, the country's key goals, and a possibility of using the nuclear weapons aganst its neighbouring countries.

William Perry | #PRESS

Kindred Spirits: The Similar Fates of Iran and Cuba

Vladimir Sazhin, political analyst and senior expert at the Russian Academy of Sciences' Institute of Middle Eastern Studies, told Sputnik that while at first glance Iran and Cuba, two nations located in different corners of the world, have little in c...

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