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March Issue, Arms Control Today: "Deter and Downsize: A Paradigm Shift for Nuclear Arms Control" March 20, 2017 — Nuclear arms control needs a new paradigm. The current approach, focused on deployed strategic MORE

The Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Negotiations: A Case Study February 24, 2017 — On July 16, 1945, the United States conducted the world’s first nuclear explosive test in Alamagordo, New Mexico. MORE

Weapons of Mass Destruction: Challenges for the New Administration November 3, 2016 — The 2015 National Security Strategy identifies the proliferation and/or use of weapons of mass MORE

Why the U.S.-Israel Military Aid Package Matters September 25, 2016 — After months of tense and drawn-out negotiations, on September 14 the United States and Israel MORE

Law of War Considerations In Fielding Nuclear Forces September 1, 2016 — The status of nuclear weapons within international law was a subject of intense debate during last MORE

The Soviet Biological Weapons Program and Its Legacy in Today’s Russia July 18, 2016 — In its first Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Case Study, the Center for the Study of Weapons of MORE

Limited and Lawful Hammers May 11, 2016 — The article by Gro Nystuen and Kjolv Egeland in Arms Control Today titled, “A ‘Legal Gap’? Nuclear MORE

Applying Jus in Bello to the Nuclear Deterrent March 16, 2016 — On December 7, 2015, the UN General Assembly passed A/RES/70/50, titled “Ethical imperatives for a MORE

Making Russia Think Twice About Nuclear Threats March 10, 2016 — On September 11, 2013, Russian President Vladimir V. Putin, writing in The New York Times, issued “A MORE

Countering Russia’s Strategy for Regional Coercion and War March 9, 2016 — Much of the discussion since the 2014 Ukraine crisis began has focused on how Russia could exploit a MORE

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