Saving Nonproliferation

 March 28, 2005 By Jimmy Carter  The Washington Post Renewal talks for the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) are scheduled for May, yet the United States and other nuclear powers seem indifferent to its fate. This is remarkable, considering the addition of Iran and North Korea as states that either possess or seek nuclear weapons programs. […]

Addressing the Cold War’s Unfinished Business

 June 4, 2000 By Alan Cranston and Tad Daley Los Angeles Times When Air Force One touched down in Moscow yesterday, nuclear politics again took center stage, just as they did so often during the Cold War. Nearly three decades ago, the Nixon administration and the Brezhnev regime came to agreement on a “big idea” […]