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FAS Roundup – October 30, 2017

The U.S. Congressional Budget Office’s new report on the future costs of nuclear weapons cites work by FAS’ Hans Kristensen and Robert Norris. Kristensen’s original analysis of…

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FAS Roundup – January 22, 2018

In advance of President Trump’s Nuclear Posture Review (NPR), FAS presents the 2018 NPR Resource with a searchable version of the leaked draft NPR, FAS and other expert…

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FAS Roundup – September 25, 2017

Hans Kristensen, director of the FAS Nuclear Information Project, co-authored a chapter for the 2017 SIPRI Yearbook, available here. Program Activity…

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FAS Roundup – March 27, 2017

With facts themselves constantly contested, the urgency for nonpartisan,evidence-based research is greater now than ever before. What roles do…

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FAS Roundup – January 30, 2017

SCOTUS nominee Gorsuch and more from CRS The latest Congressional Research Service (CRS) reports aggregated by Steven Aftergood, Director of the FAS Project on Government…

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FAS Roundup – January 22, 2017

A Case for Nuclear Reductions, Goals for Trump Hans Kristensen, Director of the FAS Nuclear Information Project, details a case for arms control, a reduction…

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FAS Roundup – April 9, 2018

  Revealed: China’s Nuclear-Capable Air-Launched Ballistic Missile By ANKIT PANDA, FAS Adjunct Senior Fellow China is developing a nuclear-capable air-launched ballistic missile, likely based off…

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FAS Roundup – March 19, 2018

Through a declassification petition by FAS, the Department of Defense has released 2017 U.S. nuclear stockpile data, which show a 196-weapon reduction from…

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FAS Roundup – October 23, 2017

The New York Times editorial board wrote a piece highlighting and detailing the U.S. nuclear arsenal, utilizing data and background research from the FAS…

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