A revitalized debate in Germany offers a path to reducing or removing U.S. nuclear weapons deployed in Europe.
The Trump administration has failed to win support for its effort to reimpose UN sanctions on Iran.
U.S. demands for new nuclear restrictions appear to foreshadow the demise of the last remaining U.S.-Russian nuclear arms control treaty.
The Pentagon is continuing to develop options for deploying missiles that were once banned by the INF Treaty.
An annual Defense Department report appears to undermine Trump administration assessments
of China’s nuclear ambitions.
The Trump administration is pressing to replace U.S. ICBMs.
Iran’s UN ambassador sets out the case against U.S. actions in the Security Council.
The United States found nearly no support in its efforts to sanction Iran.
The Trump administration eases demand for Chinese participation in new arms control talks.
Seeking to export more drones, the Trump administration has loosened export restrictions.
Treaty parties have begun to discuss how the agreement will work if the United States withdraws in November.
Russia maneuvered a satellite in July to within “abnormally close proximity” of a U.S. satellite, according to the U.S. Space Command.
Trump administration interest in nuclear testing has spurred lawmakers to address the issue in a major military spending bill and policy.
The Trump administration continues to push Middle East arms sales after an internal U.S. State Department report was released.