A veteran U.S. arms control expert analyzes how the author led the delegation that negotiated the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START).
The exercise will influence the future role, size and capabilities of the U.S. nuclear arsenal.
Neither side has said much about where the process stands.
A Pentagon council that oversees the U.S. nuclear stockpile raises new doubts about the affordability of the nuclear modernization plans, terms funding for fiscal year 2022 “minimally sufficient.”
The cost projection for a new long-range standoff weapon has increased 30–50 percent from the U.S. Air Force’s earlier estimate.
Bonnie Jenkins, the new undersecretary of state for arms control and international security, is among the officials recently confirmed by the Senate.
The Mexican government has sued U.S. gun manufacturers and retailers in a Massachusetts federal district court.
U.S. Hypersonic Glide Vehicle Test Fails Again
Pentagon Issues First Memo on Space Norms
This new report details the growing allure—and risks—of hypersonic weapons being pursued by the United States amid a renewed emphasis on military competition with China and Russia. The report also proposes action items for Congress to better understand the Defense Department’s plans for the weapons and mitigate strategic stability risks.