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    • Proliferation Analysis

    Flash! Treaty Will Not Eliminate Weapons or Reduce Arsenals

    • May 20, 2002

    When even the New York Times gets it wrong, you know there is deep confusion about the arms control treaty Presidents Bush and Putin will sign this week--inspired in part by the administration's hyperbole. Contrary to the Times reporting on Monday, the new treaty will not "winnow their nuclear arsenals by two-thirds in the next decade" or "eliminate thousands of nuclear weapons," as an op-ed mistakenly said. Ten years from now, when the treaty concludes and expires, the United States and Russia will each have over ten thousand nuclear weapons-exactly what they have today.

    • Testimony

    A Deeply Flawed Review

    • Proliferation Analysis

    The New U.S. Russian Nuclear Agreement

    The United States and Russia are finalizing a strategic arms reduction agreement in time for the summit meeting of Presidents Bush and Putin in Russia on May 23-24. The agreement is a welcome change from the Administration's previous insistence on unbridled unilateral flexibility in strategic policy.

    • Event

    Can the U.S.-Russia Summit Reduce the Risk of Nuclear Terrorism?

    • May 14, 2002

    Listen to audio from the event.

    • Event

    The Sum of All Fears

    Special advance screening presented by the Carnegie Endowment and Paramount Pictures.

    • Proliferation Analysis

    Russian Test Flap

    • May 13, 2002

    New reports indicate that Russia could be preparing to resume nuclear testing at its Novaya Zemlya test range. New nuclear tests by Russia, or any other state, would be a very negative international development. Russia should quickly and publicly explain its activities to allay concerns about its intentions. Some administration officials, however, are using the intelligence claims as a justification for why the United States needs to resume nuclear weapons development. This reading is unfortunate, and fails to accept the possibility that Russian moves could be a response to U.S. interest in, and discussion of the development of new nuclear weapons.

    • Event

    Beyond the 'Axis of Evil:' What Price for a Nuclear- Free Korea?

    • May 10, 2002

    Special book luncheon

    • Proliferation Analysis

    Iran's Ballistic Missiles: Rhetoric Outpacing Reality?

    • May 09, 2002

    A senior administration official has indicated that Iran is working on a new version of its Shahab missile that could potentially reach European allies such as Italy, Greece, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary. Followin this, the U.S. indicated it would soon announce sanctions against entities that are contributing to Iran’s ballistic missile and WMD programs. Though continued Iranian progress in missile technology is a cause for concern, there is little evidence of an imminent upgrade in the Shahab series.

    • Event

    Path to the Summit: US-Russian Nonproliferation Dialogue

    Event with US Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham and Russian Minister of Atomic Energy Alexander Rumyantsev, co-sponsored by the Nuclear Threat Initiative. Audio is available.

    • Op-Ed

    Political Tragedy For U.S., Musharraf

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