Center for Arms Control (CAC)

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Center for Arms Control (CAC)

The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation was established in 1980 to provide a vehicle for rigorous, non-partisan research and analysis on weapons of mass destruction issues. The Center has been at the forefront of Unites States arms control and national security policy for nearly 30 years and has played an instrumental role in some of the most important policy and legislative debates during this time. The Center is at the core of efforts to coordinate a broad range of organizations from across partisan lines in the Campaign for a New American Policy on Iran, founded to avert military conflict and promote sustained, direct, and unconditional talks as the only viable solution for resolving the broad range of long-standing issues between the U.S. and Iran.

Cultures of Resistance network subscribes to the campaign philosophy of the Campaign for New American Policy on Iran. This important new coalition effort works to educate the public about the ruinous economic, humanitarian, political, and military consequences of a potential conflict between the U.S. and Iran that would damage American strategic interests for years to come. Confrontation would turn a largely pro-American Iranian populace against the United States, and further damage U.S. standing in the world. Oil prices could soar to $200 per barrel – making $5 per gallon gasoline a reality.

The Campaign for New American Policy on Iran believes direct, unconditional, bilateral, and comprehensive talks between the governments of the United States and Iran represent the only realistic way to resolve longstanding tensions that continue to destabilize the Middle East and by extension, the global economy.

Our support has been used to develop the campaign's website and online communications tools.

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