US Policy on Arms Control and Disarmament
- America's New Nuclear Disarmament Policy and the Transatlantic Relationship Gilles Andréani. German Marshall Fund of the United States, May 2009.
- Arms Control in the Obama Administration: Coming in From the Cold. Jeffrey A. Larsen. Strategic Insights, April 2009.
- Nuclear Nonproliferation: Strengthened Oversight Needed to Address Proliferation and Management Challenges in IAEA's Technical Cooperation Program. US Government Accountability Office, March 2009.
- President-elect Obama and Nuclear Disarmament: Between Elimination and Restraint William Walker. French Institute of International Relations, Winter 2009.
- Nuclear Arms Control: The Strategic Offensive Reductions. Treaty
Amy F. Woolf. CRS Report for Congress, December 2008.
- Nonproliferation: U.S. Agencies Have Taken Some Steps, but More Effort is Needed to Strengthen and Expand the Proliferation Security Initiative. US Government Accountability Office, November 2008.
- Statement by Christina Rocca, Permanent Representative of the United States to the Conference on Disarmament. Delivered in the General Debate of the United Nations' First Committee, October 2008.
- International Meeting on Next Generation Safeguards. Remarks by Patricia McNerney, Acting Assistant Secretary for International Security and Nonproliferation, September 2008.
- Extending NASA's Exemption from the Iran, North Korea, and Syria Nonproliferation Act. Carl Behrens and Mary Beth Nikitin, CRS Report for Congress, May 2008.
- Disarmament redux: The U.S. foreign policy establishment is beginning to consider progress toward "the d-word"—above and beyond deterrence—a global security imperative. Peter J. Scoblic. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, March/April2008.
- Nuclear Nonproliferation: Focusing on the Highest Priority Radiological Sources Could Improve DOE's Efforts to Secure Sources in Foreign Countries. US Government Accountability Office, March 2007.
- Nuclear Nonproliferation: DOE's International Radiological Threat Reduction Program Needs to Focus Future Efforts on Securing the Highest Priority Radiological Sources. US Government Accountability Office, January 2007.
- Proliferation Control Regimes: Background and Status. Sharon Squassoni, Steve Bowman, and Steven A. Hildreth. CRS Seport for Congress, December 2006.
- Nuclear Nonproliferation: IAEA Safeguards and Other Measures to Halt the Spread of Nuclear Weapons and Material. US Government Accountability Office, September 2006.
- Nuclear Nonproliferation Issues. Carl E. Behren. CRS Issue Brief for Congress, January 2006.
- Working in the White House On Nuclear Nonproliferation and Arms Control: A Personal Report. Frank von Hippel, 1995.