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Latest Analysis

  • A number of international bodies have been engaged in investigating alleged chemical weapons use in Syria, although attribution and accountability gaps remain to be filled.

    April 3, 2019

  • The failure of the Hanoi summit to produce tangible steps to advance denuclearization and peacebuilding is disappointing but it is not a disaster. The window of opportunity for negotiations, however, will not remain open indefinitely.

    March 22, 2019

  • The INF Treaty crisis is a global security problem. Nations will need to step forward with creative and pragmatic solutions that create the conditions necessary to ensure that the world’s two largest nuclear actors meet their legal obligations to end the arms race and reduce nuclear threats.

    February 1, 2019

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  • In this iteration of the U.S.-Russia Nuclear Arms Control Watch, we discuss: State Secretary Pompeo discusses expanding New START while President Trump puts Chinese Vice-Premier on the spot for nuclear weapons spending. 24 Senators call for New START extension in a letter to Trump. Current and former U.S. military leaders call for more robust dialogue, while the U.S. is reportedly silent on a Russian proposal on averting nuclear war, and more.