Recent Publications

Negotiating a Nuclear "Code of Conduct"

By Justin Anderson

The NPT five lack shared norms of nuclear behavior. Pursuing a nuclear code of conduct could resolve that and help increase both dialogue and stability. MORE

Nuclear Terrorism - Imminent Threat?

By Brendan G. Melley

Terrorism experts and analysts have debated this for years, and no consensus exists as to why the world has not seen terrorists succeed at perpetrating a nuclear attack. Despite the seeming inevitability of a terrorist attack with a nuclear weapon, terrorists may be substantially less likely to conduct such an attack than most analysts and policymakers expect. MORE

Highlights

NPR: What the Law of War Says About Nuclear Strikes

Research Fellow Justin Anderson featured in NPR's latest piece on the Law of War and constraints on nuclear use. MORE

Dr. Susan Koch Receives Nunn-Luger Trailblazer Award

“We brought on a number of people, whom we honor today, to handle different aspects of the program, MORE

PEL Winter Workshop

On February 25-26, the Center for the Study of Weapons of Mass Destruction (CSWMD) hosted the annual Winter Workshop for the Program for Emerging Leaders (PEL). MORE

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