Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear Energy, and Linkages
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Nonproliferation Project
Carnegie's Nonproliferation Project offers extensive resources on a wide variety of nonproliferation and arms reduction topics.
Nuclear Threat Initiative
The Nuclear Threat Initiative, co-founded by former Senator Sam Nunn and CNN founder Ted Turner, works to reduce threats from weapons of mass destruction around the world -- and their website includes detailed databases in several areas, the "Global Security Newswire," and other information.
Center for Science, Technology and Security Policy
The Center for Science, Technology and Security Policy (CSTSP) was established by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) through the generous support from the Science, Technology & Security Initiative at the MacArthur Foundation. The goal of the Center is to encourage the integration of science and public policy for enhanced national and international security. The Center acts as a two-way portal that facilitates communication between academic centers, policy institutes, and policymakers
Council for a Livable World
A partnership of several arms control groups, the Coalition provides links to a broad range of news, analyses, and official documents related to nuclear arms reductions and nonproliferation on its web page.
Monterey Institute Center for Nonproliferation Studies
The Monterey web site has a broad array of information on nonproliferation matters worldwide, including an on-line journal. The subscription-only parts of their web site provide detailed information on nuclear and missile transactions worldwide, on reports of nuclear smuggling, and on nuclear facilities in the former Soviet Union.
Federation of American Scientists Nuclear Index
The Federation of American Scientists posts a huge quantity of information (and links to other sites) related to nuclear weapons technologies, arms control, and nonproliferation.
Partnership for Global Security
A wide range of information and links related to nuclear security in the former Soviet Union, and U.S.-Russian nuclear cooperation.
Energy Information Administration
The U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration (EIA) publishes analyses of the current and projected state of the nuclear power industry worldwide, including their annual Nuclear Power Generation and Fuel Cycle Report.
Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs
The website of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs (which shared the 1995 Nobel Peace Prize with one of its founders, Joseph Rotblat) provides a wide range of reports and summaries of workshops on key issues related to arms control, conflict, energy, and development.
National Academy of Sciences' Committee on International Security and Arms Control (CISAC)
The CISAC website provides links to key CISAC studies, and descriptions of their policy dialogues with with influential scientists and policy analysts from countries of particular U.S. security interest.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
The IAEA's web site provides a wide range of information about nuclear power, nuclear proliferation, and nuclear safeguards.
Arms Control Association
Comprehensive information on arms control proposals, negotiations and agreements, including the full text of the journal Arms Control Today.
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
NRDC has long been one of the most knowledgeable critical voices on nuclear weapons and nuclear energy. Their website provides access to reports on nuclear topics, and their comprehensive data on the size of nuclear stockpiles around the world.
Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS)
UCS's global security and nuclear safety programs provide extensive analyses on both nuclear weapons and U.S. nuclear safety issues.
World Nuclear Association
The World Nuclear Association (formerly the Uranium Institute) provides analyses, background information, and news on nuclear power generally, from an industry perspective.
Nuclear Information Resource Service
The Nuclear Information Resource Service provides a wide range of information about nuclear power, nuclear waste, and radiation, from the perspective of critics of nuclear power.
Nuclear Control Institute
The Nuclear Control Institute's web site provides detailed information on a variety of nuclear power and proliferation issues from a critical perspective, particularly the civilian use of plutonium and highly-enriched uranium.
Nuclear Energy Institute
The Nuclear Energy Institute is the voice of the U.S. nuclear industry.
Department of Energy OpenNet
This site provides information about all DOE documents declassified and made publicly available since October 1994, along with guides to DOE classification policy and the complete text of documents released under the agency's Openness Initiative.
Department of Energy NEPA Web
DOE's NEPA Web provides access to announcements, Environmental Impact Statements, Environmental Assessments, Records of Decision, and other documents related to agency actions under the National Environmental Policy Act, as well as links to NEPA sites at other Federal agencies.
Federation of American Scientists Project on Government Secrecy
FAS's Project on Government Secrecy works to challenge excessive secrecy and to promote public oversight, including but not limited to the Department of Energy and nuclear policy.
Center for the Study of Democracy, University of California at Irvine
This program brings together scholars researching democratic institutions, systems, processes, and politics in both advanced industrialized democracies and societies that are newly democratizing; the program has done some work on antinuclear movements in the United States and former Soviet Republics, but is included here as a general source of information on research in the area of democracy and public policy.