Steven Pifer Sees Room for Further U.S. Reductions
Budgetary constraints might work as an incentive for both the U.S. and Russia to pursue further cuts to their strategic deterrent, argues Deep Cuts Commissioner Steven Pifer in his blog.
First Workshop of the Deep Cuts Commission
From October 28-29, the Deep Cuts Commission convened for its first workshop. During the two days in Hamburg, Commissioners addressed a broad range of arms control issues in the U.S.-Russian relationship.
Release of the Deep Cuts Working Paper #1
Commissioner Pifer Calls to Accelerate New START Implementation
Deep Cuts Commissioner Steven Pifer calls to accelerate the implementation of the New START agreement and proposes to meet the agreed deadline in 2014.
New Volume by DC Commissioner Meier
This edited volume by Deep Cuts Commissioner Oliver Meier examines the issue of the proliferation of dual-use technology and the efforts of the international community to control these technologies.
U.S. Lagging on New START implementation
Deep Cuts Commissioner Greg Thielmann explores why the United States are lagging behind and argues for swift implementation in order to not thwart next steps in nuclear arms control.
Deep Cuts Commissioner Kühn Calls for a New CAC Approach
Ulrich Kühn calls for a modern approach to CAC in Europe, including regional reassurance mechanisms, sub-regional limitations, and tailored transparency mechanisms.
New Report on CPGS by Commissioner Acton
A new report by Deep Cuts Commissioner James M. Acton on Conventional Prompt Global Strike (CPGS) focuses on the benefits and risks of CPGS for U.S. national security.