Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

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Arms Control and Disarmament Agency

An agency of the U.S. government charged with conducting research and formulating policies and international agreements designed to prevent proliferation and to encourage disarmament of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. It comes under the aegis of the Department of State.
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Ikle, a distinguished scholar at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, has had a long and varied career in and out of government: Defense Department official during the presidency of Ronald Reagan; Director for the U.
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will be represented by Ralph Earle II, deputy director of the U.
It was very easy to identify him as someone out of the ordinary,'' said Spurgeon Keeny, president of the Arms Control Association, who worked with Carnesale at the U.
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