December was an exciting month for arms control news, led by the Senate’s approval of New START. For insight on the stories you’ve heard, as well as a few you haven’t, check out the newly released January/February edition of Arms Control Today:
- Tom Z. Collina captures the dramatic twists and turns in the weeks and days leading up to the Senate’s December 22 vote to approve the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty.
- After years of stalemate, the International Atomic Energy Agency Board of Governors gave the green light for a plan to set up a nuclear fuel bank under IAEA control. Daniel Horner reports on the vote and the apparent shift in some countries’ positions.
- Members of three arms control treaties—on biological weapons, chemical weapons, and landmines—held their annual meetings to assess progress under the pacts. ACT provides in-depth coverage.
And there’s more: For immediate access to this month’s feature articles, by Bill Richardson, Bonnie Jenkins, Jonathan B. Tucker, and Fred McGoldrick, subscribe to ACT’s digital or print edition today!