Nuclear Issues

CSIS’s International Security Program and the Project on Nuclear Issues analyze nuclear policy issues including deterrence, escalation, and arms control, and is the leading network of nuclear policy professionals.

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Photo: ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP/Getty Images

The Uncertain Future of U.S.-Russia Arms Control

Time is running out for the United States and Russia to revive cooperation on arms control before the expiration of New START in 2026. Despite efforts from the Biden administration to kickstart progress, Russia remains an unwilling partner for the foreseeable future.

Critical Questions by Nicholas Adamopoulos — February 14, 2024

Past Events


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Conference

Korea Global Forum 2023

Hosted by International Security Program
November 6, 2023 • 10:00 am – 6:00 pm EST

Experts


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Williams
Director, Project on Nuclear Issues and Senior Fellow, International Security Program
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Kelsey Hartigan
Deputy Director, Project on Nuclear Issues and Senior Fellow, International Security Program
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Victor Cha
Senior Vice President for Asia and Korea Chair
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Shaan Shaikh
Deputy Director and Fellow, Missile Defense Project