W. Alton Jones Foundation

Secure World Program

1998 Grants to Prevent the Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Washington, DC $300,000
To conduct policy roundtables in Washington, media outreach, and a Web site containing information, analysis and policy recommendations regarding nonproliferation.

Center for International Trade and Security
Athens, GA $120,000
To work with the Moscow and Kiev export control centers to train and provide information and advice to FSU and U.S. decision-makers, host regional export control conferences, and promote participation by FSU countries in international regimes such as the Nuclear Suppliers Group.

Center for Policy Studies in Russia
Moscow, Russia $80,000
To publish and disseminate the Russian-language journal Yaderny Kontrol (Nuclear Control), a publication dedicated to nuclear nonproliferation, arms control and fuel cycle issues.

Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University
Washington, DC $30,000
To involve government officials and scholars in checking each other's assumptions and policy approaches to nuclear nonproliferation, with the results to be published in a book and debated through symposia.

International Institute for Strategic Studies
London, England $370,000
To enlist a full-time fellow to promote greater European cooperation on nonproliferation policies in the Middle East and Northeast Asia.

Kurchatov Institute
Moscow, Russia $50,000
To establish a new nuclear nonproliferation policy analysis center.

Monterey Institute of International Studies
Monterey, CA $25,000
To launch a capacity-building campaign to identify new funders, design a new management structure commensurate with the organization's new scale of operations, and to improve media outreach.

National Security Archive
Washington, DC $250,000
To continue collecting, and making available on the Web, important, previously secret, U.S. Government documents on the nuclear and missile programs of China, India and Pakistan, and on U.S. policy toward those programs.

Russian-American Nuclear Security Advisory Council
Princeton, NJ $250,000
To encourage and strengthen cooperative U.S.-Russian approaches to securing nuclear weapons materials.

Wisconsin Project on Nuclear Arms Control
Washington, DC $80,000
To uncover and publicize transactions related to the proliferation and development of weapons of mass destruction and ballistic missiles; to analyze the effect of U.S. high-technology exports to China; and to augment distribution of the Risk Report, a periodical paper and CD-ROM chronicle of sensitive exports worldwide.

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
Washington, DC $35,000
For an education, training and seminar series on arms control and nonproliferation issues for a bipartisan group of U.S. policymakers.

Rev. 99.06.07
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