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Europe’s Nuclear Weapons and the Arms Reduction Treaty
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Europe’s Nuclear Weapons and the Arms Reduction Treaty
February 18, 2020

No matter what opinions may be held of Washington’s policies under the erratic Trump, these will always have influence in Europe’s capitals.

Nuclear Lies and Broken Promises
December 4, 2019

It is easy to blame the current resident of the White House for world tensions, except that the major nuclear powers have been ignoring their commitments on nuclear weapons and disarmament for over 50 years.

Nuclear Lies and Broken Promises
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Hypersonic Weapons and National (In)security
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Hypersonic Weapons and National (In)security
October 7, 2019

Hypersonic weapons are just the most recent manifestation of the urge to engage in an “arms race,” even if, as a sports metaphor, it couldn’t be more off base.

What Comes After Trump – World War III?
June 11, 2019

Trump appears unwilling to go down in history as the president responsible for kicking off nuclear Armageddon. But the deep state in control of US politics would surely be able to place into office someone who would advance the final justification for a headlong confrontation with Moscow and Beijing.

What Comes After Trump – World War III?
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New START Must Be Extended, With or Without China
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New START Must Be Extended, With or Without China
May 31, 2019

The baffling non-answers from the senior administration officials strongly suggest that the president’s impulse for a grand U.S.-Chinese-Russian arms control bargain is not backed up with a realistic plan.

How Congress Can Leverage Action on New START
March 8, 2019

If Trump is not ready or able to take the steps necessary to prevent a dangerous new U.S.-Russian nuclear arms race, Congress should be ready to do so.

How Congress Can Leverage Action on New START
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The Demise of Arms Control Draws Near: No Light at the End of the Tunnel
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The Demise of Arms Control Draws Near: No Light at the End of the Tunnel
September 26, 2018

There are no options but for Russia and the US to put their differences aside and concentrate on ways to save arms control or whatever is left of it.

Building a Russian Bogeyman: Washington Intentionally ‘Overcharged’ Relations with Moscow for Strategic Advantage
July 30, 2018

The US State Department’s ‘mistaken’ use of the Russian word for ‘overcharged’ instead of ‘reset’ back in 2009 was far closer to the truth, Robert Bridge writes.

Building a Russian Bogeyman: Washington Intentionally ‘Overcharged’ Relations with Moscow for Strategic Advantage
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