As global security deteriorates and the world becomes more polarized, Sweden is advocating moves to stabilize the situation and create a new opening for arms control progress.
While President Joe Biden faces an array of complex foreign and domestic challenges, early proactive outreach to North Korea must be a priority.
The United States and Russia have signaled their willingness to hold arms control talks. Moscow said it would reconsider a withdrawal from the Open Skies Treaty if Washington returns, and France aims to hold a P5 dialogue in the coming months.
Criticism of this week's announcement by the United Kingdom on its nuclear weapons arsenal echoes the arguments of anti-nuclear, anti-colonialist leaders of an earlier era.
Statement from the Arms Control Association
The history of the nuclear age shows that public pressure for saner nuclear weapons policies are essential for progress. Join us to learn what opportunities exist to finally eliminate these weapons and what you can do to help. (Organized by the Back from the Brink campaign)
France to Coordinate P5 Process
Nonproliferation experts are calling on the European Union, the United States, and Iran to begin talks on restoring compliance with the JCPOA
The United States and Russia extend New START for five years. Moscow announced it started domestic procedures to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty but will reconsider if Washington returns to the agreement.
A Statement from Executive Director Daryl G. Kimball