Nuclear Policy Project FLASH Updates

The Nuclear Policy Project was a multi-faceted examination of the role of nuclear weapons and deterrence in global security, aimed at assessing the prospects for meaningfully reducing reliance on policies threatening the use of nuclear weapons. The project published the weekly Nuclear Policy Project FLASH (archive below) and other analyses and background papers.

Following the terrorist attacks on 11 September, 2001, the Nuclear Policy Project was concluded in order to focus staff resources on the Policy Forum.

This page contains the archive of NPP Flash Updates and Non-Nuclear NATO FLASH Updates. For more information on the project itself, see the Nuclear Policy Project page.

Nuclear Policy

NATO News Stories

wednesday, november 24, 1999 NATO News Stories This page provides links to news stories related to NATO’s nuclear policy and the debate about a no-first-use policy. The stories are listed in reverse chronological order beginning with the most recent entry. Either scroll down or use the search engine to locate items of interest. The material […]

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Nuclear  policy monday, january 3, 2000 Latest Brief 1. PRC-Taiwan Confrontation 2. DPRK Missile Test 3. Japanese Plutonium Shipment 4. US-Russian Nuclear Talks 5. Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty 6. NGOs and Nuclear Weapons   1. PRC-Taiwan Confrontation Relations between the PRC and Taiwan have been strained by the recent statement by Taiwan President Lee Teng-hui […]

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NATO: Contributors

Contributing Organizations NOTE: May open second browser window The Acronym Institute British American Security Information Council (BASIC) Fourth Freedom Forum International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) Berlin The Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainable Development Contributing Individuals Martin Butcher (BASIC). Nicola Butler (The Acronym Institute). Robin Collins (National Capital Region Branch of […]

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U.S. Nuclear Weapons Deployments Disclosed

The history of U.S. nuclear weapons deployments during the Cold War has become significantly more accessible with the declassification of the report History of the Custody and Deployment of Nuclear Weapons: July 1945 through September 1977. The History was released in response to a request by the Natural Resources Defense Council under the Freedom of […]

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