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May 23, 2024

As lawmakers urge President Biden to prioritize efforts to engage Russia and China in nuclear arms control talks, the administration updates nuclear weapons employment guidance and raises questions about China's NFU proposal.

May 1, 2024

The success of the global nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament system has always relied on effective cooperation and dialogue between the two largest nuclear-weapon states. 

May 1, 2024

Despite the problems facing nuclear arms control today, the system is not entirely broken.

May 1, 2024

A program that compensates victims of U.S. nuclear testing and weapons production activities expires June 7.

May 1, 2024

The U.S. reaffirmed its commitment to defend Japan “using its full capabilities.” 

May 1, 2024

The Pentagon plans adjustments so it can afford a $440 billion military acquisition bill. 

May 1, 2024

An Army task force used the Mid-Range Capability missile system in April during a military exercise in the Philippines. 

May 1, 2024

The State Department report cited concerns about China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia. 

May 1, 2024

During an era when nuclear weapons threats are growing, Assistant Secretary of State Mallory Stewart is among the top U.S. officials working to increase stability, prevent conflict, and preserve and advance effective arms control and disarmament measures.

April 17, 2024

The action could come at the next International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board of Governors meeting if Iran does not meet its legally binding safeguards obligations.

April 16, 2024

The intelligence community remains concerned that Russia could resort to the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine and that North Korea is maneuvering to win acceptance as a nuclear- weapons state.

April 16, 2024

Washington still views negotiations as the only viable path to peace on the Korean peninsula but assesses that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is intent on aligning more closely with Russia and China.

April 16, 2024

The Biden administration’s $850 billion defense budget request for fiscal year 2025 would increase spending for Pentagon nuclear weapons programs by 31 percent over the current year.

April 15, 2024

After creating the atomic bomb, J. Robert Oppenheimer looked for an arms control solution to prevent an unwinnable superpower nuclear arms race.