Between them, the United States and Russia still hold over 95% of the world's nuclear weapons. Reducing these stockpiles helps increase global stability, builds the international non-proliferation regime and reduces the chances that nuclear materials will fall into the hands of terrorists. Following is analysis and opinion from Ploughshares Fund staff, grantees and guests on the ongoing efforts to reduce nuclear weapons stockpiles in the U.S. and Russia.
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@NPR asks why replace #nukes? http://t.co/5xrJjmzApf George Shultz thinks not: http://t.co/3uXILq1UCK (see 19:15) — 3 hours 38 min ago
RT @CarlRobichaud: Was a nuclear weapons lab employee fired for writing about the elimination of nuclear weapons? http://t.co/f6MvOua4Tx vi… — 3 hours 46 min ago
#IranDeal negotiating on pause. Meanwhile, North Korea still developing missiles, via @NTI_GSN http://t.co/uLzYiGhlTZ #nuke — 1 day 1 hour ago