By Daryl Kimball

After eight rounds of talks over nine months, U.S. and Russian negotiators are expected to complete work this month on a new strategic nuclear arms reduction deal that would replace the highly successful 1991 START, which expires Dec. 5.

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Lilac said...

I hope that the Senate will speedily approve verifiable deep reductions in nuclear armaments.

Anonymous said...

Are there not over a thousand nuclear warheads still on instant alert, ours aimed at them and theirs at us? Why is there no mention of negotiations regarding this greatest humanitarian threat, that from the Mutually Assured Destruction posture hanging over us over from the cold war?