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A nation must think before it acts.
Originally ratified ten years ago this month, the New START Treaty limited the number of nuclear weapons and delivery vehicles in the United States and Russia. Upon taking office, the Biden administration reached an agreement with Moscow on extending the treaty for 5-years, no doubt as both sides prepare to enter into negotiations for a follow-on to the New START Treaty. What is the legacy of the original treaty and what were the considerations of the negotiating team as they took on the treaty's renewal? What does the extension mean for U.S. national security as we head into the next decade? Join FPRI's Aaron Stein as he hosts a panel of U.S. arms control negotiators, including Rose Gottemoeller, Ronald Lehman, Joshua Segal, and Kurt Siemon to discuss the negotiations for the New START treaty, the future of U.S. national security, arms control with the Russian Federation, and more in this special FPRI event.
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