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Allies Must Press US To Keep New Start: US Experts

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


“New START matters to our security, to the security of the alliance, to the cohesion of the (NATO) alliance,” said Tom Countryman, former assistant secretary of State for international security and nonproliferation,

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No AI For Nuclear Command & Control: JAIC’s Shanahan

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


The Joint Artificial Intelligence Center won’t automate nuclear response — but it is working towards AI on conventional weapons and leery of arms control.

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Campaign To Stop Killer Robots ‘Unethical’ & ‘Immoral’: Bob Work

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


“They’re willing to say, ‘I’m willing to sacrifice the lives of American servicemen and women, I’m willing to take more civilian casualties … on the off chance that sometime in the future this weapon will exist.”

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Hill Battle Lifts Off Over Post-INF Missiles

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


A junior GOP congressman will challenge the Democratic House leadership to restore $96 million in funding for intermediate-ranged conventional missiles, cut by the Democratic majority for fear the new weapons would reignite an arms race that ended in 1987.

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HASC Adds NC3 Funds; Wants Talks With Russia, China

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HASC calls on Pentagon for “near- and long-term plans and options to ensure resilience” of the nuclear command, control and communications network, including requirements for survivability and protection of the supply chain.

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Israelis Invest In New Artillery: ATMOS Mobile Howitzer

Posted by Arie Egozi on


The IDF plans to replace hundreds of aging American M109s with Elbit’s ATMOS, which is 50 percent made in the US.

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Are Russia & China Violating Nuke Test Ban Treaty?

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


Officials from the National Security Council, Defense Intelligence Agency, and the State Department all hinted Moscow and Beijing are violating the treaty — only to retreat into vague statements when pressed.

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Poblete’s Resignation Weakens State’s Security Bench

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


The resignation of Trump’s assistant secretary for arms control and verification weakens the State Department’s already shaky bench in arms control talks.

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A ‘Solarium’ For Hacking: Sen. King Launches Cyber Strategy Panel

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


With members from Congress, the executive branch, and the private sector, the commission plans to issue a final report by year’s end.

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Trump’s Arms Control Plan: Genius or Disingenuous?

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


A White House 180-degree turn on nuclear arms control inflicts whiplash on experts. What is real here?

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