We're facing serious challenges in 2019.
Under the unpredictable presidency of Donald Trump, the United States has retreated from the international nonproliferation scene and backed away from key nuclear risk reduction commitments. Proven nuclear arms control treaties such as INF and New START are at risk. Talks between Washington and Pyongyang are stalled. Global arms competition is on the rise.
That makes our work—and your generous support—in the weeks and months ahead more essential than ever.
Our supporters this year have enabled us to respond rapidly to breaking arms control developments, engage with Congressional members and staff in bipartisan dialogues, better inform media coverage on arms control challenges, and provide a platform for independent, in-depth analyses through Arms Control Today.
But we cannot do it without you. Really.
Your contribution today will help support our efforts to:
- Head off U.S.-Russian nuclear competition by building bipartisan support to extend New START
- Block Trump administration plans for new, more usable nuclear weapons
- Build support for a U.S. "no-first-use" policy
- Underscore the value of continued Iranian compliance with the 2015 Iran nuclear deal
- Push for smarter U.S.-North Korean diplomacy
- Encourage key governments to support common-sense initiatives to promote nuclear disarmament
Please contribute what you can—whether it is $25, $75, $100, $125, or more—to our ongoing work to ensure that we move forward on reducing and eliminating the threats posed by the world’s most dangerous weapons.
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