The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation supports the optimization of national security spending by curbing wasteful, ineffective, and unnecessary spending. We promote increased oversight of the U.S. defense budget, reduced spending on nuclear weapons, and a shift away from the Cold War-era notion that military spending is worthwhile even if it doesn’t properly meet current security challenges. Doing so will save billions of valuable tax dollars as well as help to make America safer with the hard decisions our national security requires.

 

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Nukes of Hazard Blog: Security Spending