The United States stayed away from an international meeting focused on bringing the CTBT into force.
Extending the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty is essential to maintain stability between the United States and Russia.
The 2002 U.S. withdrawal from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty began today’s fraying of arms control.
NATO’s secretary-general outlines why arms control measures provide for alliance security.
The Trump administration may abandon the 1992 treaty that allows mutual overflights of traditional adversaries.
U.S. lawmakers from both parties are seeking an assessment of alternatives to basing U.S. nuclear weapons in Turkey.
Washington hopes to include China in future nuclear arms control talks.
A mysterious August explosion in Russia occurred during efforts to recover a sunken, nuclear-powered cruise missile, according to a U.S. official.
Technical issues are slowing U.S. efforts to upgrade two nuclear warheads.
The treaty provides transparency about Russian military activities for the U.S. and our allies. Withdrawing from the treaty would be another step in the collapse of U.S. leadership and further alienate U.S. allies and partners, note arms control experts.
Janne Nolan steered many up-and-coming specialists on both their personal and professional paths.
The linkage between New START ratification and the modernization of the U.S. nuclear arsenal offers useful lessons for today.
With no more limits on intermediate-range missiles, the Pentagon is embarking on a test of once-banned systems.
The contract to replace the U.S. ICBM fleet could see just a single bidder.