W. Alton Jones Foundation

Secure World Program

1995 Grants to Prevent the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

General
ACRONYM Consortium * May 1995 - $35,000
A Project of Farndon House Information Trust
London, ENGLAND
To produce Nuclear Proliferation News, a biweekly publication covering nonproliferation issues at the Conference on Disarmament.

American Academy of Arts and Sciences * Nov 1995 - $25,000
Cambridge, MA
To complete a study on nuclear history and arms control on the Middle East and disseminate results in the Middle East and the U.S.

Canadian Centre for Global Security * Feb 1995 - $20,000
Ottawa, ON CANADA
To conduct a workshop on extension of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty for delegates from the many smaller, non-nuclear-weapons states.

Center for International Security and Arms Control * May 1995 - $44,567
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
To identify new strategies to reduce the incentives to acquire nuclear weapons.

Center for International Trade and Security * Nov 1995 - $80,000
University of Georgia
Athens, GA
To promote nonproliferation export controls in the Newly Independent States of the former Soviet Union.

Committee for Critical Technologies and Nonproliferation * May 1995 - $36,150
Moscow, RUSSIA
To address the problems of disposition of spent nuclear fuel from decommisioned Russian nuclear naval vessels.

Fourth Freedom Forum * Nov 1995 - $37,000
Goshen, IN
To survey Pakistani public opinion on the future of Pakistan's nuclear weapons program and possible policy options.

Institute for Science and International Security * Nov 1995 - $125,000
Washington, DC
To analyze nuclear programs in regions of proliferation concern, to strengthen global nonproliferation tools, and to promote completion of a Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty.

International Institute for Strategic Studies * May 1995 - $110,000
London, ENGLAND
To explore incentives to promote nonproliferation in states with powerful nuclear and missile production industries, in this case Russia.

Monterey Institute of International Studies * May 1995 - $300,000 over 2 years
Monterey, CA
To develop communities of nonproliferation specialists in the post-Soviet states.

Nuclear Control Institute * Nov 1995 - $35,000
Washington, DC
To aid in evaluation of vitrification as a method of disposing of plutonium and in assessing safety risks in the sea or air transport of plutonium and other radioactive wastes.

Programme for Promoting Nuclear Non-Proliferation * Nov 1995 - $200,000 over 2 years
University of Southampton
Southampton, ENGLAND
To assist the international community in sustaining and reinforcing nuclear nonproliferation and in strengthening the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

United Nations Association of the United States of America * May 1995 - $20,000
New York, NY
To examine strengthening the role of the UN Security Council in confronting the spread of weapons of mass destruction.

Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control * May 1995 - $100,000
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.

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