April 6, 2011

Time for More Nuclear Reductions

Albright & Ivanov, International Herald Tribune

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On April 8, 2010 Presidents Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev met to sign the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START). The treaty entered into force in February, and the sides have already exchanged data on their forces.

We should build on this momentum and take new actions to reduce nuclear risk and shape a safer world.

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TAGGED: START Treaty, Nuclear Weapons, Russia, Barack Obama, Dmitry Medvedev

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