Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Organization's name: Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
Organization's acronym: CNS
Former Name(s): ZAP
Headquarters address  
Address: 460 Pierce Street
Monterey, CA 93940
United States of America
Phone: +1 831 647 4154
Fax: +1 831 647 3519
Web site:

Organization type: Academics
  • English

Contacts & Participation:

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Mirza Muhammad Masood Akbar
Bailey Williams
Amanda Sayre
Miles Pomper
Joseph Rodgers
Ali Mustafa
Beatrice Maneshi
Anna Loukianova
Casey Mahoney
Kara Bentley
Anya Kroth
Margaret Rowland
Lauren Chadwick
Masako Toki
Eben Lindsey
Tiara Shaya
Rohan John
Adam Proveaux
Tytti Erasto
Thomas Gray
Christhian Rengifo
Anne-Marie Riitsaar
Cary Neiman
Benjamin Pack
Dmytro Chumak
Lawrence Scheinman
Casper Oswald
Jerry Sergei Davydov
Philipp Bleek
Sarah Pattison
Kyle Pilutti
Philip Schell
Marina Mamikonyan
Jennifer Dahnke
Karen Hogue
Chen Kane
Sarah Norris
Lucas Brader
Andrea Rose Berger
Sadia Tasleem
Karim Kamel
Sophie Manoukian
Nathaniel Taylor
Carl Robichaud
Sylvia Mishra
Rebecca Gibbons
Rhianna Kreger
Yui Fung Raymond Wang
Muhammad Umer Khan
Agnes Katona
Grecia Cosio
Shant Krikorian
Evgeny Scherbakov
Zachary Johnson
Leonard Spector
Sean Dunlop
Gaukhar Mukhatzhanova
Aaron Stein
Patricia Lewis
Ferenc Dalnoki-Veress
Andrew Brown
Theo Kalionzes
Amanda Moodie Application
Lindsay Kreslake
Muhammad Faisal
Himayu Shiotani
Sarah Eustace
Fidel Quintanilla
Fangdi Pan
Margarita Zolotova
Satomi Tamura
Lesley Kucharski
Sarah Bidgood
Aruni Wijewardane Committee on NGOs Representative , Application
Tamara Patton
Marik von Rennenkampff
Thomas Pattison
Scott Howard
Paul Warnke
William Potter Head of Organization
Patricia Moore Nicholas
Yundi Luo


Areas of expertise & Fields of activity:

Conflict Resolution in Africa:
  • Conflicts Resolution
Geographic scope: International
Mission statement:
Year established (YYYY): 1989
Organizational structure: Dr. William Potter established the Center in 1989 with a handful of Institute students. Today, CNS has a full-time staff of more than 40 specialists and over 25 graduate student research assistants located in offices in Monterey, Washington, DC, and Vienna, Austria. CNS is organized into five research programs: - Chemical and Biological Weapons Nonproliferation Program - East Asia Nonproliferation Program - International Organization and Nonproliferation Program - Eurasia Nonproliferation Program - Nonproliferation Education Program Each program supports the Center's mission by training graduate students, building a worldwide community of nonproliferation experts, publishing both on-line and print resources on all aspects of WMD, providing background material to the media, and creating seminars and on-line tutorials to be used by high school and college instructors and the general public. CNS is affiliated with the Monterey Institute of International Studies, which in turn is a graduate school of Middlebury College.
Funding structure:
  • Funds from other Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Donations and grants from domestic sources
  • Grants from Governments
  • Foreign and international grants

Additional Information

Main Objective

Special Event / Application for Consultative Status with ECOSOC
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