5 Myths about America’s Nuclear Weapons Debunked By Phillip Coyle, Robert Gard, John Isaacs, & Greg Terryn The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists announced last week that it has decided to move its famed “Doomsday Clock” three minutes closer to midnight or, in effect, closer to the “end of humanity.” While this year, the Bulletin focused […]
Russian Arms Treaty Still Worth It By Kingston Reif Keith Payne and Mark Schneider write that Russia is a serial violator of arms control treaties and the Obama administration has been uniquely weak in calling out Russia’s bad behavior (“Russia Always Cheats on Arms Treaties,” op-ed, Aug. 19). The authors are right that Russia’s violation […]
Letter to the Editor of the Wall Street Journal by Kingston Reif The Wall Street Journal published a letter to the editor by the Center’s Kingston Reif, where he assures that, despite Russian violations of arms control treaties, the pursuit of further treaties and arms reductions is well worth the effort.
Don’t Let Nuclear-Security Cooperation with Russia Lapse July 3, 2014 by Nickolas Roth and Robert Gard Republicans and Democrats alike have traditionally understood that investing in nuclear security is a small price to pay compared with the devastating economic, political and social costs of nuclear terrorism. That’s why U.S. cooperation with Russia and other countries […]
Published in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists Online on August 5, 2013. Article summary below; read the full text here. On July 12, the US State Department released a major annual report on arms control compliance that has riled up nuclear weapons hawks. In its annual “Report on Adherence to and Compliance With Arms Control, […]