How the U.S. and Russia Can Go Beyond New START

Russian RS-24 Yars ballistic missiles makes its way through Red Square during the Victory Day military parade marking the 75th anniversary of the Nazi defeat, in Moscow, Russia, Jan. 26, 2021 (AP photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko).
Russian RS-24 Yars ballistic missiles makes its way through Red Square during the Victory Day military parade marking the 75th anniversary of the Nazi defeat, in Moscow, Russia, Jan. 26, 2021 (AP photo by Alexander Zemlianichenko).
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In a phone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin this week, President Joe Biden discussed the two leaders’ intent to “pursue a strategic stability dialogue on a range of arms control and emerging security issues,” according to a White House statement. Specifically, Biden said he hopes to build on the U.S. and Russia’s recent agreement on a five-year extension of the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or New START, which is the last remaining nuclear arms control deal between the two countries. According to Sarah Bidgood, the director of the Eurasia Nonproliferation Program at the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation […]

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