Key arms control and national security policy differences remain to be resolved by the House-Senate conference committee including the East Coast missile defense system, withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan, strategic arms reductions under the New START Treaty, the Shaheen amendment to protect military victims of sexual violence and funding for the next generation of Ohio-class strategic nuclear submarines, long-range bombers and the plutonium research facility at Los Alamos.
Press & In the News on Nuclear Weapons Spending
by Kingston Reif Below are remarks delivered by Kingston Reif … Continued
by Robert G. Gard and Kingston Reif Originally published in AOL … Continued
Lt. General Gard’s op-ed “Reason over Relics: Restructuring our Nuclear … Continued
The Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation today applauds the Pentagon’s decision to scale back Pentagon spending in a way that best provides for the strength and security of our country, but labeled the move “only a step in the right direction.”
Earlier this year, both relevant House and Senate subcommittees decided … Continued