W. Alton Jones Foundation
Secure World Program
1996 Grants to Prevent the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
Russia and the Newly Independent States
- Anti-Militaristies Onderzoeks Kollektief * Nov 1996 - $30,000
- For public education in The Netherlands about the dangers of creating a European nuclear force.
- Peace Research Institute Frankfurt * May 1996 - $220,000 over two years
- To encourage nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation measures in Europe, and to establish a network of nonproliferation analysts throughout Europe.
- RAND Corporation * Feb 1996 - $50,000
Santa Monica, CA
- To investigate the role of the UN Security Council in offering positive security assurances to non-nuclear-weapons states, thereby enhancing long-term global nonproliferation.
- Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control * Sept 1996 - $90,000
- To inhibit the spread of nuclear weapons by creating an export information bank to help exporters keep strategic technology away from buyers in countries with clandestine nuclear weapon programs.
- Center for International Trade and Security * Nov 1995 - $80,000
University of Georgia
- To promote nonproliferation export controls in the Newly Independent States of the former Soviet Union.
- Center for Policy Studies in Russia * May 1996 - $35,000
- For a media program to provide information on nuclear arms control and nonproliferation to decision-makers, researchers and the public in Russia.
- International Institute for Strategic Studies * May 1996 $150,000
- To examine the option of providing positive trade incentives to facilitate strategic cooperation with India.
- Berliner Informationszentrum Fur Transatlantische Sicherheit * Feb 1996 $42,000
- To facilitate networking among nuclear disarmament organizations in Europe.
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