U.S. Proposes Arms Control Dialogue With Russia
U.S. to Revise Landmine Policy
U.S., Japan Reaffirm Alliance in White House Meeting
Nearly three years after the United States exited the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, Washington and Tehran now agree on the need to restore mutual compliance, but they remain in a stalement about how exactly to do so.
In all three of the leading spacefaring countries, bellicose rhetoric has escalated alongside rising military space expenditures.
Michael S. Elleman (1958–2021)
Iran says a meeting is unnecessary for a return to compliance with the accord.
Under evaluation are lower-yield nuclear weapons, and select command, control and communications.
Existing plans call for a 29 percent increase in funds to sustain and modernize U.S. nuclear warheads.
Some positions are filled but slow pace of appointments could begin to delay administration decisions on some nuclear policy issues.
Report finds U.S. accounted for 37 percent of global arms transfers from 2011–2015.
In response to UNGA resolution, U.S. plans to forward proposals for a multilateral agreement.
New administration seeks to promote shared norms and new agreements on emerging technologies and cyberspace.
Congress Mandates Studies on Nuclear War