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Some in Congress are pushing for higher funding for existing and new nuclear weapons programs, including for the development of nuclear-armed submarine-launched cruise missiles (SLCM-N). This would bring back a nuclear weapon type that the U.S. withdrew from service 30 years ago and retired a decade ago. (June 2023)
Even as the world rallies against Russia’s aggression in Ukraine, now is the moment to renew disarmament diplomacy by expeditiously negotiating a New START follow-on agreement before its expiration in 2026. (September 2022)