For the first three and a half years of President Donald Trump’s term in office, he and his team have dithered and delayed on nuclear arms control matters.
This discussion with Ambassador Erzhan Kazykhanov and an expert panel, we discuss the 75-year history of nuclear tests, current threats to the global test ban, how states can address threats to the global test ban and reinforce it at the upcoming NPT review conference, and what can be done to assist populations adversely affected by nuclear tests.
Iran’s UN ambassador sets out the case against U.S. actions in the Security Council.
The Trump administration eases demand for Chinese participation in new arms control talks.
Treaty parties have begun to discuss how the agreement will work if the United States withdraws in November.
The Arms Trade Treaty’s annual conference established a controversial closed forum to address the diversion of arms to unauthorized uses and users.