Daryl Kimball

Arms Control Association

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Daryl Kimball is executive director of the Arms Control Association, a national nonpartisan membership organization dedicated to promoting public understanding of and support for effective arms-control policies. He is also publisher of Arms Control Today.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un provides guidance with Ri Hong Sop (2nd L) and Hong Sung Mu (2nd R) on a nuclear weapons program in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean…

North Korea's game-changer nuclear test

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un provides guidance with Ri Hong Sop (2nd L) and Hong Sung Mu (2nd R) on a nuclear weapons program in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean…

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Iran has reduced its nuclear program and is back in the global economy, thanks to the lifting of sanctions imposed under the leadership of the United States.

The US and Iran: Does Diplomacy Have a Future?

Iran has reduced its nuclear program and is back in the global economy, thanks to the lifting of sanctions imposed under the leadership of the United States.

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After three years of civil war, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad claims a "turning point" in what he calls his "war against terror" has now paved the way to his re-election.

Is Syria on the Way to Becoming a Failed State?

After three years of civil war, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad claims a "turning point" in what he calls his "war against terror" has now paved the way to his re-election.

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