In recent years, the United Kingdom has touted itself as one of the most transparent of the five nuclear-armed states recognized by the nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT), and its leaders leaned heavily on the fact that it was reducing the size of its nuclear force.
China Flight-Tests Missile Interceptors
Pentagon Moves On New Missile Interceptors
A review of the decades-long debate on missile defense reveals consistent patterns and missed opportunities.
As talks on denuclearization talks remain on hold, Pyongyang continues to develop its capabilities.
The U.S. Army has identified two Navy missiles to serve as the basis for a new land-based system that would have violated the INF Treaty.
U.S. President Joe Biden will inherit a missile defense program with a bloated, out-of-proportion budget and an unfocused agenda, the costs of which are exceeding the benefits.
Within weeks of taking office, President Joe Biden and his team will be confronted with dozens of pivotal choices.
Efforts to negotiate space arms control are more important than ever, and new efforts could get the ball rolling.
U.S. Conducts Successful ICBM Intercept Test