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U.S. Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Bonnie D. Jenkins (left), with moderator Justine Johannes, takes questions during her seminar co-hosted by the CMC and NSSS on April 24.

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CMC Director Amir Mohagheghi and Princess Sumaya bint El Hassan, president of Jordan’s Royal Scientific Society, sign LOI to enhance Sandia-RSS collaboration in areas of mutual interest.

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Justine Johannes, Sandia’s Global Security ALD, and Dr. Na Young Lee, president of KINAC, sign MOU to enable future cooperation on nuclear topics.

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Visiting Research Scholar Tatevik Davtyan with Sandia’s Jesse Thomas and Michael Bachman in Washington, D.C., where she presented her research results to USG stakeholders.

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Sandia/CMC co-hosts with LANL the Wilton Park Conference on NPT Diplomacy Towards the 2026 Review Conference.

Dr. Tatevik Davtyan's security study
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David A. Cooper talks arms control
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You are invited to celebrate CMC's 30th
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About Us

Since its founding at Sandia National Laboratories in 1994, the CMC has used cutting-edge science, engineering, and technology to build cooperative engagements around the world in order to strengthen international security. The CMC will continue to highlight the importance of science-driven collaboration for international peace and stability in the 21st century by providing a venue in which experts from around the world can explore the use of shareable technology and research to advance global strategic stability. Examples include confidence and security building measures and monitoring and verification of treaties and other agreements.

The CMC offers facilities, subject matter expertise, and partnerships that enable all stages of international science and technology cooperation. These include:

  • Researching and analyzing security issues and developing options to address them
  • Developing, testing, and implementing technical approaches
  • Capacity building on methods, technologies, and procedures

For more information, please feel free to reach out to us at cmc@sandia.gov.

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