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Visit Arms Control Today at the link below (subscription required) for this article by Paul Meyer, Senior Fellow at The Simons Foundation.  It takes a critical look at a new US policy departure with respect to the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) and suggests other remedial measures that nuclear weapon states can take in advance of the crucial 2020 NPT Review Conference. 
On March 28, 2019, the winners of the 2018-2019 Graduate Research Awards for Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation competition presented their papers as part of the 2019 Global Affairs Canada Forum on Non-Proliferation, Arms Control, Disarmament and Space hosted by Global Affairs Canada in Ottawa and the Awards Ceremony was held during a special reception for the winners that evening.
Visit at the following link for commentary by Paul Meyer, Senior Fellow at The Simons Foundation, on a recent conference in Washington where the abandonment of restraints on the nuclear arsenals of the US and Russia has policy experts worried.
The Simons Foundation and the International Security Research and Outreach Programme (ISROP) of Global Affairs Canada (GAC) are pleased to announce the winners of the 2018-2019 Graduate Research Awards for Disarmament, Arms Control and Non-Proliferation competition.
The 2018 Conference and Forum on "Repairing the U.S.-NATO-Russia Relationship and Reducing the Risks of the Use of Nuclear Weapons" was convened by The Simons Foundation Canada and Simon Fraser University’s Morris J. Wosk Centre for Dialogue, under the auspices of the Simons Distinguished Visiting Fellow in International Law and Human Security at Simon Fraser University, in September 2018.
Visit The Globe and Mail at the link below for this opinion piece by Ernie Regehr, our Senior Fellow in Arctic Security and Defence, and The Hon. Douglas Roche, a Peace Leader with The Simons Foundation, on the the imminent termination of the 1987 Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty and their call for Canada to intervene and demand a diplomatic review of INF compliance procedures.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS EXTENDED TO February 1, 2019. A total of four awards of $5,000 are available to Canadian Master’s and/or Doctoral candidates to support the independent research and writing of an academic paper responding to a specific Non-Proliferation, Arms Control and Disarmament (NACD) topic.
See the links below for these recent articles co-authored by Professor M.V. Ramana, Ph.D., the Simons Chair in Disarmament, Global and Human Security and Director of the Liu Institute for Global Issues at the School for Public Policy and Global Affairs, The University of British Columbia.
See The Simons Foundation's page on Canadian Defence Policy for briefing papers by Ernie Regehr, O.C., Senior Fellow in Arctic Security and Defence at The Simons Foundation.
Visit The Washington Post at the link below for this commentary by Jon Wolfsthal and Bruce G. Blair, who is a Peace Shaper with The Simons Foundation as a recipient of The Simons Foundation Award for Distinguished Global Leadership in the Service of Peace and Disarmament.