The INF Affair and Nuclear Arms Control Prospects

by Peter Jenkins My most natural starting point may be an account of what the secretary general of Pugwash, a German colleague, and I learned in Moscow on January 28 in meetings with Russia’s foreign minister and the appropriate deputy… Continue Reading  

The New Global Tinderbox

by Michael Klare When it comes to relations between Donald Trump’s America, Vladimir Putin’s Russia, and Xi Jinping’s China, observers everywhere are starting to talk about a return to an all-too-familiar past. “Now we have a new Cold War,” commented Russia expert… Continue Reading  

The Nuclear Crisis Nobody Mentions

by George Kenney Those congressmen beating the war drums against Iran have reached new heights of hypocrisy considering their total disregard for the more dangerous, more immediate problems created by Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal. It is noteworthy and also downright strange… Continue Reading  

The Gipper’s Guide to Negotiating With Iran?

Don’t Forget His Fumbles! by Greg Thielmann In an op-ed published by the Wall Street Journal Wednesday, former Secretary of State George Shultz suggested applying tips from former President Ronald Reagan for negotiating with Iran over its nuclear program.