Posted by K.E. White on July 4, 2011
The permanent members of the UN Security Council (United States, United Kingdom, France, Russia, and China) met to discuss non-proliferation matters last week. The meeting was held as “the first follow-up meeting of the 2010 NPT [Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty] Review Conference with the 5 nuclear powers recognized by the NPT.”
Shockingly, the conference reaffirmed the importance of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. Here’s the U.S. State Department’s press release on the meeting.
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Posted by K.E. White on March 10, 2011
Just a quick blurb to Washington D.C. readers: The Canadian Embassy in Washington, D.C. will be holding a discussion on WMD threat reduction tomorrow.
And for all readers, tomorrow will also be the House Armed Services Committee’s hearing on the Defense Threat Reduction Agency, the DoD agency responsible for reducing the threat to America and it’s allies from nuclear, biological and chemical weapons. The hearing will be available online.
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