NATO's Secretary-General has embraced the Trump administration’s decision to terminate the INF treaty without a realistic plan to help resolve the long-running compliance dispute, a decision that is both risky and unwise.
This new report is the fourth in a series that assesses the extent to which 11 key states are fulfilling, promoting, or undermining 10 standards identified as critical elements of the nonproliferation and disarmament regime. Collectively, states fared worse on the majority of criteria when compared with the prior edition covering the 2013–2016 period.
Last year, President Donald Trump told reporters that he wanted to work with Russian President Vladimir Putin “to discuss the arms race, which is getting out of control.”
U.S.-Russian nuclear arms control prospects are fading despite new talks between senior diplomats.
Major powers are racing for hypersonic weapons, but are they considering the implications of these new systems?
The Trump administration has expressed interest in new strategic arms control talks, but specific suggestions remain unknown.
NATO defense ministers are set to discuss how to handle the impending termination of the INF Treaty.
To pay for expanding the U.S.-Mexican border wall, the Defense Department is moving funds from nuclear weapon projects, once called the Pentagon’s top priority.
B61 Bomb Production Delayed