Press release on the appointment of John Bolton as National Security Advisor
U.S., Russia Meet New START Limits
New START implementation has improved strategic stability, predictability, and transparency, and verifiably trimmed still oversized nuclear arsenals. The next step is to extend the treaty for five years to avert the possibility of unconstrained strategic nuclear competition between the world’s two largest nuclear actors.
The global nonproliferation order is weakening. It cannot afford continued noncooperation between the world’s two largest nuclear powers.
The United States and Russia are on track to fulfill their obligations under the 2010 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) by the agreement’s Feb. 5 implementation deadline, but the future of the agreement is in doubt.
Turkey Signs Missile Deal With Russia
Statement by Executive Director Daryl G. Kimball
Russian Vetoes End Syria CW Probe
The Zapad exercise scenario was a border conflict with NATO countries.
Moscow had world’s largest chemical-weapons arsenal.
Russian leader warns of “immediate and reciprocal” response if the United States withdraws from the INF Treaty.