This category is for sites and articles on the proliferation of nuclear weapons.
Provide information, publications and newsletters which explore options for the nonviolent resolution of international conflict. Topics include sanctions, incentives, nuclear nonproliferation and South Asia.
The Institute for Energy and Environmental Research (IEER) is dedicated to increasing public involvement in and control over environmental and nuclear proliferation problems through the democratization of science.
ISIS is a non-profit, non-partisan institution that focuses on stopping the spread of nuclear weapons and on bringing about greater transparency of nuclear activities worldwide. Site has publication library and satellite imagery gallery.
Network of scientists who are exploring ways to promote disarmament and non-proliferation. Site contains briefing papers, bulletins, and conference proceedings since 1993.
Legal information on the US Code which provides a reward for information concerning illegal introduction, manufacture, acquisition or export of nuclear material or atomic weapons.
Christian Science Monitor special report on missing nuclear materials and the spectre of terrorists making/using a 'dirty' bomb.
Documentary on the problems of safe guarding Russian nuclear materials. Frontline PBS.
NPEC is a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about strategic weapons proliferation. This site contains information on nonproliferation related issues and the center's activities and programs.
Official site of the non-profit Nonproliferation for Global Security Foundation. Includes daily updated news, academic papers, institutional information, members area, and educational materials.
Co-founded by Ted Turner and Sam Nunn. Working to reduce the risk of use and prevent the spread of weapons of mass destruction.
The NCI is an independent, non-partisan, and non-profit research and advocacy center specializing in problems of nuclear proliferation.
Documents the growing black market, known to national security experts as the 'loose nukes' problem, that allows just about any one to buy uranium, plutonium, and other weapons grade material on the street.
Develops new U.S.-Russian cooperative nuclear security initiatives, and ensures that existing programs are implemented. Provides information, activities, publications and news.
Research brief discusses the problem and control of bomb making materials originating from civilian and military sources.
Nuclear safety and non-proliferation, problems of spent nuclear fuel, use of plutonium and radioactive wastes, news, publications, comments, press reviews, figures and cartoons.
A nonprofit, non-partisan organization that carries out research and public education designed to stop the spread of nuclear weapons, chemical/biological weapons and long-range missiles.
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