By Steven Pifer, August 31, 2018
Presidents Obama_and_Medvedev_sign New START in April 2010. Photo by: Kremlin.ru
The outlook for further US-Russian arms control is not bright today, but both sides should develop new verification techniques in case unexpected breakthroughs occur.
Read more: Washington-Moscow nuclear verification: Tensions and solutions
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 74 Issue 5
Keywords: New START, Russia, United States, national technical means, nuclear weapons, verification
Topics: Nuclear Risk, Nuclear Weapons
Steven Pifer is a non-resident senior fellow with the Brookings Institution....
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