By Robert S. Norris, Hans M. Kristensen, January 1, 2009
Recent research exposes the fallacies that helped to drive missile stockpiles to astronomical levels, making Russia's persistently slow reduction of deployed missiles all the more inexcusable.
Read more: Nuclear U.S. and Soviet/Russian Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles, 1959-2008
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 65 Issue 1 Topics: Nuclear Notebook
Norris is a senior fellow with the Federation of American Scientists in Washington, DC. A former senior research associate with the Natural Resources Defense Council, his principal areas of ...
Kristensen is the director of the Nuclear Information Project with the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) in Washington, DC. His work focuses on researching and writing about the status...
By Jim Robbins, Photography by Ted Wood | Analysis, Climate Change
By Dawn Stover | Climate Change, Columnists
By David Kim | Nuclear Risk, Nuclear Weapons
By Thomas Gaulkin | Multimedia, Nuclear Risk, Nuclear Weapons, What We’re Reading
By Theodore A. Postol | Missile Defense, Nuclear Risk, Nuclear Weapons
By John K. Warden, Ankit Panda | Analysis, Nuclear Weapons
By Katy Gabel Chui | Interviews, Nuclear Risk, Nuclear Weapons