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Global Zero is the international movement for the elimination of all nuclear weapons.
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🇺🇸 Jon B. “Globalist” Wolfsthal 2h
I would not want this moment to pass without promoting it. I agree with the American Conservative and they agree with me.
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Global Zero 1h
“By going the extra mile to save the treaty, instead of issuing ultimatums, the Trump administration might even pull out a win for once.” -
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Global Zero 3h
Moving to a deterrence-only posture would save the U.S. billions of dollars, freeing up room “to focus on strengthening vulnerable nuclear command, control and communications (NC3) networks, and early-warning systems.” -
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Global Zero 19h
“Abandoning the INF treaty would mean restarting an arms race.”
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Global Zero 20h
U.S. withdrawal from the INF Treaty would escalate a nascent arms race. argues that preventing such an escalation is possible if the U.S. is willing to do the hard work.
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Global Zero 22h
Join , of , and Lynn Rusten of for a discussion of our nuclear future on December 12th at !
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Global Zero 23h
If the U.S. withdraws from the INF Treaty it would “increase the risk that a crisis could go nuclear,” said , director of the Nuclear Crisis Group.
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Foreign Policy Dec 10
After five years of arguing, it is clear neither the United States nor Russia is going to get the other the admit it is violating the INF treaty.
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Global Zero Dec 10
Both Russia and the U.S. claim to value the benefits of the INF Treaty. outlines how the countries can prove their commitment by going beyond what the treaty mandates.
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Tom Z. Collina Dec 10
Great read from : Arguments that the United States needs -banned missiles to counter China’s own arsenal remain unconvincing.
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🇺🇸 Jon B. “Globalist” Wolfsthal Dec 10
It’s Not Too Late to Save the INF Treaty – Foreign Policy The Trump admin does not want to and is not trying to save a critical cold war nuclear deal with Russia. That’s too bad, it’s worth saving. Here would be one way to at least try. ⁦
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Global Zero Dec 10
Last week, the U.S. administration announced that Russia has 60 days to comply with the INF Treaty, or the U.S. will withdraw. Director of the Nuclear Crisis Group says it’s not too late to save the treaty.
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Global Zero Dec 9
In our first 10 years as an organization, Global Zero has hosted numerous international summits and regional conferences with senior government officials to focus attention on reducing nuclear dangers. We need your help to continue this work - donate now.
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Global Zero Dec 8
Global Zero’s Bruce Blair chatted with Russian Ambassador Anatoly Antonov, emphasizing the importance and the history of Russia-US cooperation.
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Global Zero Dec 7
. The Trump administration’s move to kill another nuclear arms control and nonproliferation deal tees up a need for thoughtful dialogue on nuclear security among 2020 presidential candidates.
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Global Zero Dec 6
Global Zero’s Alternative Nuclear Posture Review advocates for moving to a deterrence-only posture, which would allow for a smaller, more stable nuclear arsenal.
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Global Zero Dec 6
If the United States withdraws from the INF Treaty and does not renew New START (set to expire in 2021), the world would be left without any nuclear arms control for the first time since 1972.
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Global Zero Dec 6
Nuclear Crisis Group members and Richard Burt (U.S. Chair of Global Zero) urge the U.S. administration to save the INF Treaty and preserve New START.
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Global Zero Dec 6
The U.S. is giving Russia 60 days to comply with the INF Treaty, or the U.S. will withdraw. This is “a gamble that jeopardizes US national security, the transatlantic partnership, and global stability.” -
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Global Zero Dec 6
The U.S. announced it would act to kill the INF Treaty in 60 days if Russia does not return to compliance. responded that the U.S. should engage Russia to reach a reasonable solution to maintain the Treaty’s restraints on nuclear arms.
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