Could the Conflict Between Pakistan and India Lead to Nuclear War?
Experts say it's unlikely, but Pakistan's lack of a "No First Use" doctrine for nuclear weapons means it's not impossible.
Trump Could Declare an End to the Korean War—but That Might Not Mean Peace
Trump might leave the Hanoi summit with a end-of-war declaration, but one expert warns that, without specific caveats, to do so could make the peninsula even more dangerous.
The U.S. Will Withdraw From the INF Treaty. Experts Say This Could Start a Nuclear Arms Race.
The Trump administration argues that Russia deserves the blame for the treaty's collapse, although withdrawal is not likely to restore the country's compliance.
Beatrice Fihn Is Banning Nuclear Weapons, With or Without Us
The Swedish anti-nuclear activist led the United Nations to adopt the first legally binding global nuclear ban. Now, she's changing the culture.
Does a New Department of Energy Order About Worker Safety Violate the Atomic Energy Act?
Numerous officials from the federal nuclear safety board are saying that it does, and, in the process, puts the health of workers at serious risk.
Trump Announces New Plan to Confront Iran's 'Hostile Actions'
Trump criticized the Iran nuclear deal, but stopped short of pulling the U.S. out of the agreement.
President Obama Calls for Cuts to U.S. Nuclear Arsenals
President Obama just called for extending cuts to U.S. nuclear arsenals. The idea of minimum deterrence is gaining legitimacy.
Obama and Nukes: Talking the Talk, Awaiting the Walk
Analysis: Two longtime opponents of nuclear weapons reflect on heady times as the Obama administration puts disarmament back on the map.