An overview of the current U.S. approach to national and regional missile defense, its costs, and sustainability.
The difficulties of getting to “yes” on an agreement to extend New START, much less a subsequent strategic
nuclear arms control accord, should not be underestimated.
U.S. and Russia trade blame as they look to develop new weapons systems.
Treaty dispute with Russia grounded routine transparency overflights last year.
Saudi Arabia faces repercussions due to its murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and the civilian casualties from its war in Yemen.
New report shows continuity with past administrations.
Next month, it is very likely the Trump administration will take the next step toward fulfilling the president’s threat to “terminate” one of the most far-reaching and most successful nuclear arms reduction agreements: the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, which led to the verifiable elimination of 2,692 Soviet and U.S. missiles based in Europe.
Analysis from Daryl G. Kimball, executive director, and Kingston A. Reif, director for disarmament and threat reduction policy
Representative Adam Smith (D-Wash.), the prospective chairman of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee, discusses his policy priorities, the limits of military spending, and the peril of a new nuclear arms race.
With Russia and the United States at an impasse, what can be done to save a landmark arms control treaty?
The reality-based, “speculative novel” provides a chilling glimpse of one possible future.
Bipartisan Experts Urge Trump to Save Nuclear Treaties With Russia
The United States abandoned the Iran nuclear deal, but Tehran continues to comply for now.
Congress Increases ICBM Funding
Earlier this year, UN Secretary-General António Guterres warned that “[t]he Cold War is back...but with a difference. The mechanisms and the safeguards to manage the risks of escalation that existed in the past no longer seem to be present.”