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
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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
- 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
- To examine the foreign policy, strategic and legal implications of U.S. counterproliferation policy, and recommend a revised strategy that better serves American interests.
Former Soviet Union
- Centre for Defence Studies * Nov 1994 - $75,000
King's College, University of London
- 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.
- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace * Mar 1994 - $80,000
- 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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