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VIDEO: New START Extension a Step in Right Direction
VIDEO: New START Extension a Step in Right Direction
February 1, 2021

The balance of nuclear power probably saved humanity during the Cold War. But since the end of the Cold War, the Russians feel that Washington has rarely kept their word especially regarding NATO expansion and Russia’s sovereignty. So should the Russians expect Washington to keep its end of the bargain and willingly disarm itself?

New START Extension a Step in Right Direction
January 29, 2021

There is no guarantee of successful outcome. But at the very least there must be a commitment to work together and to dialogue. Thus, New START is a step in the right direction.

New START Extension a Step in Right Direction
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Trump Didn’t End Endless Wars, He Extended the Carnage
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Trump Didn’t End Endless Wars, He Extended the Carnage
December 9, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden is not vowing to end wars, but instead to “strengthen” U.S. global power and interventions. One can only shudder at the pernicious prospect of more American wars, mass killing and destruction.

American Militarism Marches On: No Discussion or Media Coverage of Washington’s War Against the World
October 22, 2020

Washington’s aggression directed against much of the world continues with a national election less than two weeks away but no one is talking about it.

American Militarism Marches On: No Discussion or Media Coverage of Washington’s War Against the World
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Should China be Part of Arms Control Talks?
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Should China be Part of Arms Control Talks?
July 24, 2020

In June 2020, Washington and Moscow resumed talks on renewing the New START Treaty limiting long-range nuclear weapons. If the treaty, due to expire in February 2021, is not prolonged or replaced, there are fears of a new global arms race breaking out.

Pay For Play? Heritage’s Cozy Ties With Foreign Weapons Maker Raises Concerns
July 14, 2020

Opposing international efforts to eliminate the manufacturing of products produced by one of Heritage’s biggest donors poses a potential conflict of interest that no Heritage scholars disclosed in their condemnation of the Mine Ban Treaty.

Pay For Play? Heritage’s Cozy Ties With Foreign Weapons Maker Raises Concerns
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China’s Reasonable Proposal for Arms Control and Washington’s Duplicity
Editorial
China’s Reasonable Proposal for Arms Control and Washington’s Duplicity
July 10, 2020

Russia and China’s perspectives seem undoubtedly to be the most logical and principled.

Flagging U.S. Credibility at Vienna Arms Control Talks
June 26, 2020

The cheap stunt with China’s flags and distortion of the bilateral talks in Vienna with Russia does not inspire confidence in U.S. intentions.

Flagging U.S. Credibility at Vienna Arms Control Talks
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