Category Archives: Russia

Sen. Kyl Laments Russian “Unilateral” Reductions?

By Tom Collina As ACA reported in a recent blog post, the State Department announced June 1 that Russia’s nuclear arsenal is already below the limits set by the New START treaty. Most people would say it’s a good thing … Continue reading

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Why Sarah Palin Is Wrong About Missile Defense Cooperation with Russia

by Daryl G. Kimball This week former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin parroted the misinformed critiques by Republican members of Congress and former CIA director James Woolsey about sharing missile launch data with Russia. In an entry on her Facebook page, … Continue reading

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It’s Official: Russia Below New START Limits

By Tom Collina Observers of last year’s Senate debate on the New START treaty may be surprised to learn that Russia has already met most of its arsenal reduction obligations under the treaty. According to a State Department fact sheet … Continue reading

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Emerging into the Light

By Greg Thielmann For more than a year, U.S. analysts responsible for monitoring Russia’s nuclear arsenal have been traveling through a long and increasingly dark tunnel. The sensitive information that had flowed out of Russia for years on strategic forces … Continue reading

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