"The Arms Control Association’s work is an important resource to legislators and policymakers when contemplating a new policy direction or decision."

– General John Shalikashvili
former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
The Arms Control Association in the News
Article Title Cited News Source News Date
Top U.S. military intelligence official says Russia ‘probably’ not adhering to nuclear test ban Daryl G. Kimball The Washington Post May 29, 2019
US Claim of Illegal Russian Nuke Testing Lacks Proof - Arms Control Association Arms Control Association Sputnik News May 29, 2019
U.S.: Russia May Be Testing Low-Yield Nukes, In Violation Of Treaty Arms Control Association Radio Free Europe May 29, 2019
Top defense official suggests Russia violating nuclear test ban treaty Arms Control Association CBS News May 29, 2019
Overnight Defense: Pentagon intel chief believes Russia cheating on nuke treaty | Shanahan breaks with Trump over North Korean missile tests | Top general explains Iranian threats Arms Control Association The Hill May 29, 2019
Furious lawmakers aim to block Trump's Saudi arms sales Jeff Abramson The Hill May 29, 2019
Russia probably conducting nuclear tests in violation of treaty, says defense intelligence chief Arms Control Association The Washington Examiner May 29, 2019
Defense Intelligence Agency chief warns of Russian, Chinese nuclear efforts Arms Control Association The Washington Times May 29, 2019
Trump's override of Congress on weapons deals 'is exactly what Iran would want' Jeff Abramson Public Radio International May 29, 2019
Are Russia & China Violating Nuke Test Ban Treaty? Daryl G. Kimball Breaking Defense May 29, 2019
Defense intel head: Russia 'probably' violating nuclear test ban treaty Arms Control Association The Hill May 29, 2019
Russia Has Restarted Low-Yield Nuclear Tests, U.S. Believes Daryl G. Kimball The New York Times May 29, 2019
The U.S. Expects China Will Quickly Double Its Nuclear Stockpile Kingston Reif TIME May 29, 2019
Russia Analytical Report, May 20-28, 2019 Daryl G. Kimball Russia Matters May 28, 2019
New START Must Be Extended, With or Without China Daryl G. Kimball The National Interest May 27, 2019
Let’s not spend $1.7 trillion on our nukes, a group of N.J. professors say. Let’s get rid of them, and the threat of a catastrophic war. Zia Mian New Jersey Star-Ledger May 26, 2019
Sunday Show Michael Klare KPFA May 26, 2019
There Is No New ‘Emergency’ Reason to Sell Bombs to the Saudis to Drop In Yemen Jeff Abramson Bulgarian Military May 25, 2019
The Trump Administration Is Declaring a Fake Emergency to Sell Weapons to Saudi Arabia Jeff Abramson The Intercept May 24, 2019
Uncertainty over U.S.-Russian Arms Control Talks Kingston Reif, Shervin Taheran InDepthNews May 24, 2019