W. Alton Jones Foundation

Secure World Program

1994 Grants to Prevent the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

ACRONYM Consortium * Mar 1994 - $25,000
A Project of Farndon House Information Trust
London, ENGLAND
To produce a monthly print and electronic newsletter,"Nuclear Proliferation News Abstracts", covering nuclear proliferation issues.

Asociación Física Argentina * May 1994 - $22,000 over 2 years
Committee for Nuclear Affairs
Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
To organize an international conference of Latin American physicists to examine their views on non-proliferation and the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Extension Conference.

Center for International Trade and Security * Nov 1994 - $84,000
University of Georgia
Athens, GA
To promoting nonproliferation export controls in the Newly Independent States of the former Soviet Union.

Federation of American Scientists Fund * Mar 1994 - $200,000 over 2 years
Washington, DC
To develop new policy options to discourage the proliferation of ballistic missiles, and to analyze the consequences of the proliferation of military space systems for national and international security.

Institute for Science and International Security * Nov 1994 - $115,000
Washington, DC
To challenge U.S. Department of Energy plans for excessive nuclear weapons research and development capability through original research and analysis, publication, and governmental testimony.

Peace Research Institute Frankfurt * Mar 1994 - $140,000 over 2 years
Frankfurt, GERMANY
To develop a European nuclear nonproliferation strategy, involving dialogue with policymakers and training younger scholars, particularly from Eastern Europe, in nonproliferation work.

William J. Taylor, Jr. & Associates * Mar 1994 - $32,492
Bethesda, MD
For policy-focused research on a broad new approach to achieving global nonproliferation.

United Nations Association of the United States of America * Mar 1994 - $90,000
New York, NY
To develop new proposals to strengthen UN Security Council efforts to contain the spread of nuclear weapons.

Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control * May 1994 - $110,000
Washington, DC
To inhibit the spread of nuclear weapons by creating an export information bank to help exporters keep strategic technology away from buyers with clandestine nuclear weapon programs.

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars * Mar 1994 - $85,000
Washington, DC
To examine the foreign policy, strategic and legal implications of U.S. counterproliferation policy, and recommend a revised strategy that better serves American interests.

South Asia
Centre for Defence Studies * Nov 1994 - $75,000
King's College, University of London
London, ENGLAND
For the third summer symposium in South Asia on security, technology and arms control, involving younger journalists and scholars.

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War * Mar 1994 - $75,000
Cambridge , MA
For work with national affiliates in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal to promote a dialogue on nuclear and conventional disarmament issues.

Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies * Nov 1994 - $30,000
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN
To survey Indian public opinion on the future of India's nuclear weapons program and possible policy options.

Former Soviet Union
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace * Mar 1994 - $80,000
Washington, DC
To strengthen support within the Newly Independent States for strict nonproliferation measures through a program of working groups, research, and publications.

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