Prospects remain dim for extending New START or engaging China in nuclear arms control efforts.
China Deploys New Missile Submarines
Russia, China Skip Syrian Chemical Weapons Meeting
Executive director Daryl Kimball describes recent discussions by senior Trump administration officials to resume U.S. nuclear weapons testing and the effect such would have on global security and arms control. (May 29, 2020)
The State Department renews concerns that China and Russia may have conducted prohibited nuclear testing activities.
Wassenaar Nations Set New Export Controls
Nuclear Powers Discuss Arms Control
France, China Push Reprocessing
Engaging China in strategic arms control is possible with fair, equal, and concrete proposals.
The three nations have been engaged in discussions while U.S.-North Korean diplomacy gains larger headlines.
Rapidly advancing cybertechnology threatens to undermine traditional thinking on when the use of nuclear weapons may be provoked.
Extending the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty is essential to maintain stability between the United States and Russia.
NATO’s secretary-general outlines why arms control measures provide for alliance security.