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"I want to thank the Arms Control Association … for being such effective advocates for sensible policies to stem the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and most importantly, reduce the risk of nuclear war."
– Senator Joe Biden
January 28, 2004
Daryl G. Kimball

Abrupt end of summit may have exposed limits of Trump’s strategy on Kim

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Washington Post
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February 28, 2019 -05:00

Fact check: Trump says North Korea summit 'productive.' Was it?

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USA Today
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February 27, 2019 -05:00

Kashmiri residents fear escalating cycle of violence between India, Pakistan

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FOX News
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February 27, 2019 -05:00

The Trump-Kim lovefest is back in action

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Vice News
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February 27, 2019 -05:00

U.S.-North Korea nuclear talks: What 300 milk cans tell us about the human cost of sanctions

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The Globe and Mail
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February 26, 2019 -05:00

Russia Names U.S. Targets of Nuclear Retaliation

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Wall Street Journal
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February 25, 2019 -05:00

Will Trump Give Away Too Much to North Korea—and Get Too Little?

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New Yorker
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February 25, 2019 -05:00

Here’s why Trump’s upcoming meeting with Kim Jong-un is more likely to ‘go wrong than right’

U.S.-Russian Nuclear Arms Control Watch | INAUGURAL ISSUE, Feb 21, 2019

INF Treaty Suspension Opens the Door to New Missile Pursuits The United States and Russia formally suspended their obligations under the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty Feb. 2. The United States formally informed the other parties to the treaty that it would withdraw in six months if Russia did not eliminate its nuclear-capable 9M729 ground-launched cruise missile, which the United States intelligence community assesses can fly beyond the 500-kilometer range limit set by the treaty. The announcement opens the door to accelerated work by the United States on research and...
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