The United States and Russia are on track to fulfill their obligations under the 2010 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) by the agreement’s Feb. 5 implementation deadline, but the future of the agreement is in doubt.
U.S. Undoes Cluster Munitions Ban
A Nonproliferation Success That Should Not Be Squandered
Statement by Executive Director Daryl G. Kimball
Trump’s threats spark first such hearing on president’s nuclear launch power in 40 years.
United States abstains on two arms control resolutions.
Stratcom Completes ‘Global Thunder’
Over the past year, cavalier and reckless statements from President Donald Trump about nuclear weapons and his threat to unleash “fire and fury” against North Korea have heightened fears about Cold War-era policies and procedures that put the authority to launch nuclear weapons in his hands alone.
U.S. draws a hard line on denuclearization and raises the prospect of military action.
Next steps fall to Congress, as key allies appeal for U.S. to stick with the nuclear accord.
Russian leader warns of “immediate and reciprocal” response if the United States withdraws from the INF Treaty.
Is it time to remove the nuclear bombs stored at Incirlik?
U.S. Sets Major Saudi Missile Defense Sale