Richard Burt and Jon Wolfsthal: Why Joe Biden Needs to Go Big on Nuclear Arms Control

Determining whether trade-offs in some areas of military capability are worth both the stability they may create, the costs savings they may produce, and the benefits to alliance management that come with effectively negotiated agreements is a complicated task that mixes military and strategic considerations and, of course, domestic politics.

The People’s Summit: Open Appeal addressed to Presidents Biden and Putin on No First Use

As people of good will and staunch supporters of genuine nuclear arms control, we welcome your desire to meet together during your scheduled Summit in Geneva, Switzerland on June 16, 2021 to tackle some very important international and bilateral issues.

National Security Archive: The Chernyaev Centennial

The National Security Archive marks the 100thanniversary of Anatoly Sergeyevich Chernyaev’s birth with the publication of the first English-language translation of the Chernyaev diary (described as “irreplaceable” by Pulitzer-Prize-winning author David Hoffman) for the year 1981.

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