Over the last two years, the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and the University of Chicago have created an online tool that will help countries understand the true cost of choosing the reprocessing route—and perhaps help limit the spread of nuclear reprocessing. Here's how.
Month: May 2015
No. But it will make it easier to get off the grid.
The Marshalls lawsuits and the humanitarian initiative both seek to make the nuclear states comply with the Non-Proliferation Treaty and seriously negotiate toward nuclear disarmament
A realist response to Ward Wilson's Bulletin essay, "How nuclear realists falsely frame the nuclear weapons debate."
The ebb and flow of money is an early indicator of any questionable nuclear activity
They may say they’re united, but the members of the P5+1 have divergent interests
Why the Russian government has and will continue to have little control over the world uranium market
Despite some stunning video, things may not be what they seem
An interview with the State Department's under secretary for arms control and international security
CHICAGO– May 13, 2015 – The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has announced new additions to its Board of Sponsors and Governing Board: the Honorable Gareth Evans, Chancellor of Australian National University, will join the Board of Sponsors; David Wolf, founder and director of Fremont Group and co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Biovec and … Continued
A short delay in implementation of an agreement on Iran's nuclear program could help address the concerns of the United States, Iran, and other parties to the negotiations, and even allow for US congressional review.
Why the nuclear weapons debate should focus on whether nuclear weapons are useful
Analysts believe that China operates conventional and nuclear missiles at the same locations, and under the same command systems, increasing the risks of nuclear war. Here’s how to disentangle the two missile types without putting China at a strategic disadvantage.
The author argues that, if a final nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 is reached, the international community must ensure that the International Atomic Energy Agency has the personnel, equipment, and budget to discharge its verification duties in Iran properly.
A review of The Future of Violence