Senior Policy Director Alexandra Bell spoke with North Carolina Public Radio’s The State of Things about the New START agreement and the potential for nuclear accidents as long as nuclear weapons exist.
By Samuel M. Hickey Years of the Trump Administration trying to squeeze Tehran, either to the negotiating table or to regime change, have so far failed. As the U.S. general election creeps ever closer, it seems that a last-ditch effort to unilaterally reimpose all previous United Nations (UN) sanctions and more permanently isolate Iran is […]
Topline Funding House Authorized Senate Authorized Total Funding $740.5 billion (includes $0.5 billion in defense related activities) $740.5 billion DoD Base Funding $635.5 billion $636.4 billion DoE Base Funding $26.6 billion $25.9 billion Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) Funding $69 billion $69 billion Defense Funding Outside of Armed Services Jurisdiction $8.9 billion $9.1 billion Nuclear and Related Weapons […]
Research Analyst Samuel Hickey spoke with TRT World Now (Turkey) about the 75th anniversary of the U.S. bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the nuclear threats that still exist.
Policy Analyst Geoff Wilson spoke with Defense Daily about a recent Air Force test of an unarmed Intercontinental Ballistic Missile with three test reentry vehicles. “Since the United States does not MIRV its ICBMs, showing that it [the Aug. 4 test] is part of a standard pattern could allay any concerns that the United States […]