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- A Window of Opportunity with Iran March 9, 2012
- The IAEA Outlines the Path for Iran to Come Clean, But is Tehran Ready? March 7, 2012
- Opponents of U.S. Nuclear Cuts: Still Being Chased by the Russian Bear? February 24, 2012 Tim Farnsworth
- Global arms trade growth by a quarter is spurred by India t.co/2NxxI0XP via @guardian 28 minutes ago
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Arms Control Now is the blog of the Arms Control Association, an independent membership organization working to address the threats posed by the world’s most dangerous weapons. Arms Control Now is a forum where ACA staff and interns provide news and commentary on the latest arms control developments. The views expressed in Arms Control Now are those of their authors and not necessarily the members of the Arms Control Association or its Board of Directors.
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The Arms Control Association (ACA), founded in 1971, is a national nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to promoting public understanding of and support for effective arms control policies. Through its public education and media programs and its magazine, Arms Control Today (ACT), ACA provides policy-makers, the press and the interested public with authoritative information, analysis and commentary on arms control proposals, negotiations and agreements, and related national security issues. In addition to the regular press briefings ACA holds on major arms control developments, the Association’s staff provides commentary and analysis on a broad spectrum of issues for journalists and scholars both in the United States and abroad. Read more of the Arms Control Association’s work at www.armscontrol.org.