IN THIS ISSUE: Elections, Nukes, and the Future of the South Korea-U.S. Alliance, Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons Passes Important Threshold, Putin Says He’ll Limit Cruise Missile Deployments to Get Missile Defense Site Inspections, Path to Install Hypersonic Weapons on Arleigh Burke Destroyers Unclear, U.S. Slams Iran With Another Round of Sanctions Over Support for ‘Terrorist Entities’, Trump, Biden Trade Barbs Over North Korea’s Nukes
IN THIS ISSUE: Rethinking Nuclear Arms Control, Putin Says Russia Willing to Include New Weapons in U.S. Talks, Even if Biden Wins U.S. Election, Time is Running out to Save Iran Nuclear Deal, U.S. Urges Countries to Withdraw From UN Nuke Ban Treaty, Opinion: The Extension of a Nuclear Treaty Between the U.S. and Russia Would be a Crucial, Responsible Step, Commentary: Will America Help Britain Build a New Nuclear Warhead?
To Reboot Arms Control, Start With Small Steps, U.S., Russia Near Deal to Extend Nuclear Treaty and Freeze Warheads for a Year, Creating an Opportunity to Withdraw U.S. Nuclear Weapons From Europe, Pentagon Estimates Cost of New Nuclear Missiles at $95.8B, Satellite Images Indicate Russia is Preparing to Resume Testing its Nuclear-Powered Cruise Missile, India Successfully Test-Fires Naval Version of BrahMos Missile
IN THIS ISSUE: Trump Thought he Had a Nuclear Deal With Putin. Not So Fast, Russia Said, Rouhani Celebrates end of Iran Arms Embargo, Vipin Narang on the Global Nuclear Landscape: Hype and Reality, North Korea’s Nuclear, Missile Programs ‘Serious Threat’ to Security: Pentagon Chief, UK Ballistic Missile Sub Crew Suffers COVID-19 Outbreak After Visit to U.S. Sub Base, China Has Expanded the Shipyard Where its Nuclear Submarines Are Built, Satellite Imagery Shows