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Russia, US Officials Revive Dialogue on Arms Control: Offering Glimmer of Hope, by Andrei Akulov

As a general rule, any time US and Russian officials talk to each other, it’s a good thing, especially when they’re talking about arms control. From Andrei Akulov at strategic-culture.org: 419 more words

Foreign Policy

Save the INF Treaty--but not by repeating history

Thomas Graham, Jr. (Special Representative of the President for Arms Control, Nonproliferation and Disarmament, 1994-1997)

Bernadette Stadler (Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellow at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation) 1,558 more words


‘Reckless’ weapons trade Foreign minister urges full implementation of arms treaty

September 11, 2017


States must focus more effort on fully implementing the landmark Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which was adopted four years ago, Swiss Foreign Minister Didier Burkhalter said on Monday. 598 more words

The Muslim Times

Summarizing a Thesis

I’ve been fielding a lot of questions in the last few weeks (especially right after my defence) about my thesis and about arms control in general. 1,330 more words


US Says ‘Yes’ to Nuke Tests, ‘No’ to a Nuke Ban Treaty

The US government has not, and probably never will, abjured the first use of nuclear weapons. From John LaForge at antiwar.com:

Twice in seven days the United States shot nuclear-capable long-range missiles toward the Marshall Islands, but the same government refused in March to join negotiations for a new treaty banning nuclear weapons. 374 more words


Trump Administration Options Towards Iran

Ted Martin has a keen interest in Iranian affairs and has spent time in Iraq and Afghanistan.  Divergent Options content does not contain information of an official nature nor does the content represent the official position of  any government, any organization, or any group. 1,038 more words

The Romance of Disarmament

I’m currently studying the advocacy agenda of Canadian disarmament NGO Project Ploughshares in the 1990s. This post comprises some musings on the nature of disarmament and human security in our world. 955 more words