W. Alton Jones Foundation
Secure World Program
1995 Grants to Dismantle Existing Nuclear Weapons
- Brookings Institution * Nov 1995 - $25,000
- To assess through a joint U.S.-Russian workshop how controversies over deployments of ballistic missile defenses could be averted and progress on START II enabled in the U.S. and Russia.
- Center for Strategic and International Studies * May 1995 - $90,000 over 2 years
- To develop analyses of how nuclear arsenals can be taken off alert and disassembled as a step toward eventual denuclearization.
- Coalition to Reduce Nuclear Dangers * Nov 1995 - $75,000
A Project of the The Henry L. Stimson Center
- To inform national debate over ballistic missile defenses and elimination of nuclear weapons.
- Council for a Livable World Education Fund * Nov 1995 - $50,000
- For public education and production of a briefing book on options for U.S. denuclearization.
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology * Feb 1995 - $180,000 over 2 years
Defense and Arms Control Studies Program
- To examine the role of ballistic missile defenses and the utility of the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty in the post-Cold War world.
- STAND of Amarillo * May 1995 - $25,000
- For public education about plutonium disposition, safety concerns and environmental degradation around the Pantex Nuclear Weapons Facility in Texas.
- The Henry L. Stimson Center * May 1995 - $150,000
- For the Roundtable project to inform national debate over nuclear policy and strengthen nuclear nonproliferation following the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty extension conference.
- Union of Concerned Scientists * Nov 1995 - $140,000
- To promote permanent nuclear weapons reductions, restrictions on ballistic missile defence systems, control of fissile and weapons-usable materials, and international nonproliferation goals.
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