Publications and Reports
April 25, 2014: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "The B61 Family Of Nuclear Bombs"
March 21, 2014: Wall Street Journal, "It's Not Just Ukraine, It's What Russia May Try Next"
March 14, 2014: Nonproliferation Policy Education Center, "U.S. Military Nuclear Material Unaccounted For: Missing In Action Or Just Sloppy Practices?
February 10, 2014: Wilson Center, "Japan's Role In Asia's Nuclear Security"
January 27, 2014: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "Negotiated Cuts: A New Nuclear Weapons Treaty Is Not The Only Option"
December 2013: Global Fissile Material Report 2013, "Nuclear Warhead Stockpiles And Transparency"
December 11, 2013: Al Jazeera America, "Congress Should Delay Action On New Sanctions Against Iran"
December 5, 2013: The Business Insider (Australia), "I 3D-Printed An AR-15 Assault Rifle"
December 2, 2013: Hiroshima Report Blog, "Implications Of The Recent Deal With Iran On Getting Controls On Civilian Nuclear Fuel Cycles"
November 12, 2013: Al Jazeera America, "Iran Is Negotiating With The Wrong US Officials"
October 31, 2013: Small Arms Survey, "Parts For Small Arms And Light Weapons"
October 12, 2013: The National Interest, "The Siren Song Of Zero Enrichment"
October 11, 2013: FAS Report, "The MANPADS Threat And International Efforts To Address It"
September 2013: Arms Control Today, "Falling Short Of Prague: Obama's Nuclear Weapons Employment Policy"
August 29, 2013: The Hill, "Syria's Age-Old Question"
August 26, 2013: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "The Chemical Weapons Of Syria"
August 26, 2013: "FAS Summer Public Interest Report"
August 23, 2013: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "Thinking Outside Fukushima"
August 10, 2013: Al Jazeera, "NATO Risks Unity Over Emerging Technologies Divide"
July 31, 2013: The Hill, "The Making Of An Iraq Sequel In Iran"
July 22, 2013: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "Lessons Unlearned"
July 22, 2013: Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review, Volume 48, No. 2, Summer 2013, "An Inquiry Into The Dynamics Of Government Secrecy"
July 18, 2013: Roll Call, "Countering An Iranian Rope-a-Dope"
June 13, 2013: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, "Barely Lethal"
May 28, 2013: Spring 2013 Public Interest Report
May 13, 2013: FAS Issue Brief, "Regulating Japanese Nuclear Power in the Wake of the Fukushima Daiichi Accident"
May 2, 2013: The Strategic Review, "The Bomb, The Test Ban And Nuclear Disarmament"
April 30, 2013: CNN- Global Public Square, "U.S. Kicks Syria Chemical Weapons Can Down The Road"
April 16, 2013: "Statement on Shared Strategic Priorities in the Aftermath of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident"
April 3, 2013: "Iran's Nuclear Odyssey: Costs and Risks"
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