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former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Nuclear Disarmament Monitor

Nuclear Disarmament Monitor

To keep pace with developments, as of July 2022, the Arms Control Association is superseding “U.S.-Russia Nuclear Arms Control Watch” with the “Nuclear Disarmament Monitor.” The goal of the newsletter’s overhaul is to enable coverage of arms control issues beyond bilateral U.S.-Russian efforts, such as potential nuclear risk reduction and disarmament diplomacy involving China and the other NPT nuclear-armed states. To receive these by email, subscribe to our regular updates list.


  • U.S., Russia Discuss Threats of Nuclear Use
    November 17, 2022
    Some senior Russian officials have discussed the potential use of tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine, according to reports. The United States and Russia will meet soon for a meeting of New START's Bilateral Consultative Commission. Majority of G20 condemns Russian aggression in Ukraine and nuclear threats.
  • U.S., Russia Agree to Call for Negotiating New START Successor
    September 8, 2022
    The United States and Russia agree to language supporting arms control talks on a successor to New START at the 10th review conference for the NPT. Moscow temporarily pauses New START on-site inspections. Washington sees no possibility of imminent Russian nuclear use.
  • U.S.-Russian Dialogue Remains Paused as Putin Wields Nuclear Threats
    July 19, 2022
    This issue of the newsletter recaps developments related to arms control and disarmament since the beginning of 2022. This includes Russian President Vladimir Putin's threats to use nuclear weapons against any country seen as interfering in Ukraine, the pause of the U.S.-Russian dialogue to discuss future arms control, and the release of NATO's new strategic concept, naming Russia as its biggest threat.