U.S. Nuclear Arms Control Policy: A Talk with Under Secretary of State Rose Gottemoeller
The Obama administration took office with high hopes for nuclear arms control and non-proliferation, and can claim definite achievements, such as the New START Treaty and the nuclear security summit process. But progress on arms control has slowed and the Ukraine-Russia crisis has created a political atmosphere far less conducive to further reductions. How is the administration approaching arms control as it prepares for the final two years of the Obama presidency?
On December 17, the Arms Control and Non-Proliferation Initiative at Brookings hosted Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security Rose Gottemoeller, who discussed the Obama administration’s policy on nuclear arms control and the prospects for further progress. Brookings Senior Fellow Steven Pifer moderated the discussion.
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