The Trump administration appears close to announcing a U.S. withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty, possibly by the end of September.
To prevent the spread of the virus, the Pentagon has announced new health protocols for its personnel staffing U.S. nuclear weapons systems.
North Korea has continued to test new missile systems and develop other new weapons as the United States aims to press sanctions.
The U.S. Defense Secretary made clear the Pentagon will pursue military artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies as a top priority.
The State Department renews concerns that China and Russia may have conducted prohibited nuclear testing activities.
The selection of Marshall Billingslea as special presidential envoy for arms control has drawn criticism from arms control proponents.
The U.S. Air Force is moving to procure 1,000 nuclear-capable cruise missiles to replace its current arsenal.
Russian ASAT Test Sparks War of Words
Special briefing with Admiral (ret.) Michael Mullen, Rose Gottemoeller, and Lt. Gen. (ret.) Frank Klotz
The New START agreement is now the only treaty capping the world’s two largest nuclear weapons arsenals—and it is in jeopardy. The U.S. and Russian presidents can extend it—and its irreplaceable verification and monitoring system—for up to five years if they choose. The actions of Congress can help protect and extend it.