This category is for sites on issues surrounding the disarming of world powers from the use and possession of various weapons. These issues include arms control and the reduction of arsenals.
National nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to promoting public understanding and support for effective arms control policies.
German based organization providing independent expertise on military security issues, especially in the field of nuclear and conventional disarmament and arms control, non-proliferation, and NATO-Russian relations.
Provides information, news, events, discussions and publications related to problems of arms reduction. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology site.
Research projects, databases and publications about the global proliferation of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons of mass destruction. Monterey Institute of International Studies provides training on nonproliferation issues.
A private voluntary organization based at the UN providing services and facilities to citizens' groups concerned with the peace and disarmment activities of the United Nations.
Educate the public about nuclear weapons, the dangers of the arms race, and the search for peaceful alternatives. Provides news and resources.
Consolidates a variety of US Defense Department functions to deal more effectively with the threats posed by nuclear, chemical, or biological weapons. Information on the activities and technology of the agency.
Articles on nuclear, biological, and terrorism. Copywrited in 1999 by The Acronym Institute. Disarmament Diplomacy, published since January 1996, is the successor journal to Nuclear Proliferation News.
NGO offering analysis on global issues relating to peace, security, and the world economy. Includes overview, publications, and events.
Working for nuclear nonproliferation and decreased weapons production. Employing science like satellite imagery in the pursuit of international peace.
Foster research, teaching, and public discussion of military and strategic issues of national and international significance. Research activities on military history and the strategic analysis of defence operations, peace-keeping, and arms control.
Enhances global security by fighting nuclear terrorism and proliferation, preventing war, reducing defense spending, restraining arms trading, cleaning up radioactive waste, and banning landmines.
Message to the General Assembly of the United Nations stating that disarmament efforts cannot concern only some countries or be centered one type of weapon.
A first-rank research center, with support from the Swedish government. Arms and military research areas including publications and database.
Collection of recent and archived news and commentary, photos, multimedia and selected web resources about arms control, limitation and disarmament.
UNODA promotes nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation, strengthening of the disarmament regimes in respect to chemical and biological weapons, and disarmament efforts in the area of conventional weapons, especially landmines and small arms, which are the weapons of choice in contemporary conflicts.
Policy oversight for the missions of arms control, nonproliferation, and political-military affairs. Merged with the former Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. Many fact sheets, treaties and reports.
Responsible for the missions of arms control, nonproliferation, and political-military affairs. Merged with the former Arms Control and Disarmament Agency. Many fact sheets, treaties and reports.
Verification as a means of ensuring confidence in the implementation of treaties or other agreements in areas of peace, security, arms control, disarmament and the environment.
Information and analysis for peace and environmental activists. Provides WSLF publications, government documents on nuclear weapons policy and related topics, and web links.
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