The Federation of American Scientists (FAS) is working on issues of global security, the environment, democratic governance and human rights. From our early days 50 years ago as the action arm of the original atomic scientists, to our present work on arms control, environmental protection, and government secrecy reform, FAS continues a commitment to informing the public debate on complex scientific and technical questions. We are dedicated to "speaking truth to power" -- representing the public interest and defending against the special interests. If you care about what the future holds for America and the world, please take advantage of this opportunity to become a member, subscriber or web supporter of the Federation of American Scientists.
Our expanding work for global security depends on your support. Every day decisions are being made in Washington, often before you are aware of all the options. The contributions made by FAS to informing decision-makers and the public over the past half century are made possible by the financial sponsorship of concerned citizens like you.
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