Agreements to ensure the peaceful uses of nuclear energy are critical to the entire Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) bargain. They provide nonproliferation protections and establish relationships with scientists and engineers of other countries that are important to shaping nuclear energy development. The Proliferation Prevention Program tracks and analyzes the most critical negotiations underway.
Nuclear Balancing Act in Japan After 2018; September 13, 2017
Limiting Non-Strategic Nuclear Weapons: Results of a Track II Dialogue ; September 4, 2015
Nuclear Issues at the United Nations: What’s Next?; September 27, 2016
US Policy Directions in Limiting Enrichment and Reprocessing; April 21, 2016
CSIS Publications & ReportsCritical Questions: Japan-India Nuclear Cooperation Agreement, by Sharon Squassoni and Yukari Sekiguchi; November 21, 2016 Critical Questions: President Obama's Hiroshima Visit, by Sharon Squassoni and Yukari Sekiguchi; May 11, 2016
India’s NSG Application Raises Serious Non-Proliferation Concerns
By Sharon Squassoni, Global Times. June 23, 2016
By Sharon Squassoni, The Guardian. May 27, 2016
The U.S.-Indian Deal and its Impact
By Sharon Squassoni, Arms Control Today. July/August, 2010.