There has never been a better time for a new, comprehensive review of the troubled state of the international non-proliferation regime along with credible solutions for today's most pressing proliferation problems. Repairing the Regime, is just such a book.
President Clinton should seek a summit agreement with President Putin to pursue a bold new nuclear security agenda.
Seven years after Presidents George Bush and Boris Yelstin signed it, the Russian Duma is on the verge of ratifying the START II arms reduction treaty. The agreement, ratified by the United States Senate on January 26, 1996, would cut the number of U.S. and Russian deployed strategic nuclear weapons to 3,000-3,500.
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Almost two years after South Asia’s May 1998 nuclear tests, President Clinton is now visiting the region. The Administration established five "benchmarks" after the tests by which to gauge nuclear stability in South Asia. But Washington’s relationships with India and Pakistan suffered in the 1990s, and progress toward these objectives has been disappointing.