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US, Russia Diplomatic and Defense Chiefs to Meet

(WASHINGTON) — The crisis in Syria, arms control and missile defense are headlining what are expected to be chilly talks between top U.S. and Russian foreign and...

Atomic Flashback

Interesting to read the back-and-forth between Robert Zarate of the Foreign Policy Initiative, and Kingston Reif of the Center for Arms Control and...

The “Secret Deal”

Rep. Mike Turner, the Ohio Republican who chairs the armed services committee’s strategic subcommittee, remains alarmed by President Obama’s hot-mic chit-chat...

Turning Russian Nukes into U.S. Energy

In 1993, shortly after the fall of the Soviet Union, the U.S. and the Russian Federation signed a landmark arms-control accord. The "Highly Enriched Uranium...

Brief History: Arms-Control Agreements

On march 26, President Obama announced that the U.S. and Russia will cut their deployed long-range nuclear arsenals by 30% over seven years. The START Follow-On...

Reducing Nuclear Weapons: How Much Is Possible?

Barack Obama has declared a goal of a world free of nuclear weapons. But moving toward zero is going to be difficult, even with the U.S. President's having...

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