by Stephan Kieninger
It is imperative to avoid a situation where we might have no arms control and no mutual verification at all. Against the backdrop of the Trump Administration’s loathing of arms control, it will be up to the European NATO allies to conceptualize a new arms-control framework for the post-INF world.
Don’t Expect Rulers of Nuclear-Armed Nations to Accept Nuclear Disarmament―Unless They’re Pushed to Do So
by Lawrence Wittner
Although the rulers of nuclear-armed nations are usually eager to foster nuclear buildups, substantial public pressure can secure their acceptance of nuclear disarmament.
SOURCE: The Nation
by David Cortright
The plea is by Notre Dame’s David Cortright.
by David Foglesong
He cut a deal with Russia. How he did it is worth remembering.
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