Search: Strategic stability,Nuclear weapons (7 materials)

Strategic Instability. RIAC Experts Discuss the Outcomes of the INF Treaty Suspension

... Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms. “Almost 99.9% that it will not be renewed. There is no reason to talk about a new treaty,” said Zolotarev. The speaker underscored the very vague prospects of The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: “While Russia and the U.S. were engaged in maintaining strategic stability in a bilateral format discussing whether we could destroy each other or not, the world acquired three new nuclear powers. The Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons as of the End of the Cold War proved ineffective.” ...

03.02.2019

Post-Helsinki Opportunities for New START and the INF Treaty?

... this next phase to start, the two countries must agree on ceilings but also improve communication [ 2 ] (including military-to-military) and begin work on precise, agreed, and approved (!) definitions for terminology and broader concepts related to nuclear weapons policy and strategy: deterrence, strategic stability etc. The latter process may start as a Track II discussion. Dmitry Ofitserov-Belsky: INF Treaty: More than Just an Agreement The INF is a tougher topic. Both countries have officially accused each other of breaching the treaty, while ...

26.07.2018

On the Balance of Strategic Nuclear Forces

... or, for example, if Russia were to enlist China to take part in the operation, and if strategic weapons were used instead of nuclear weapons, it would still not be possible to ensure the reliable defeat of the SNF forces of either the United States or ... ... they were proven to be sound through empirical practice, as there were no nuclear strikes during that time. The maintenance of strategic stability in the current situation, which is marked by a significantly lower that the Cold War era level of SNF by numbers,...

15.07.2018

How to Reduce Nuclear Risks in Helsinki

... the Russian Federation have a shared responsibility to work together along with other nations to clarify our differences and mitigate these risks. Progress can only be made through the engagement of leaders. Moreover, in every country that possesses nuclear weapons, anything relating to nuclear policy is inherently “presidential.” The reality today is that we have entered a new era, in which a fateful error—triggered by an accident, miscalculation, or blunder—could trigger a nuclear catastrophe....

12.07.2018

Strategic Stabilization: A Window of Opportunities for Russia and the U.S.

... directly linked to the development of such weapons, the topic of strategic conventional weapons could form a separate and important section of the future document. The influence of intelligence, military, and criminal activities in cyberspace on strategic stability, including as regards the vulnerability of nuclear weapons . This topic has been highlighted, even if indirectly, in connection with the consistent disruptions of Russian-U.S. talks on information security and strategic stability in early March 2018. Of particular importance is the possibility ...

04.04.2018

Putin's State of the Union: Russia Can No Longer Take the US Goodwill and Commitment for Granted

....S. Relations in 2017 The Kremlin apparently concluded that the appetite for further bilateral or multilateral agreements on nuclear weapons is very low in both the White House and in Pentagon, and the US Senate is highly unlikely to ratify any meaningful ... ... not just another “third” nuclear power — like China, Pakistan or India. It is one of the two core pillars of the global strategic stability. If President Putin no longer considers strategic arms control as Russia’s top security priority; if from ...

05.03.2018

Barack Obama’s Nuclear Finale

... strategic weapons (at least in the context of developing common terms and definitions) and the impact of cyber activities on strategic stability, and finally dot the i’s on endless mutual recriminations regarding medium- and short-range missiles. “No ... ... clarification of the provision of the National Security Strategy of the Russian Federation on the conditions under which the use of nuclear weapons by Russia is considered possible. A scenario of the United States asking Russia (and/or China) through official ...

14.09.2016

Poll conducted

  1. Korean Peninsula Crisis Has no Military Solution. How Can It Be Solved?
    Demilitarization of the region based on Russia-China "Dual Freeze" proposal  
     36 (35%)
    Restoring multilateral negotiation process without any preliminary conditions  
     27 (26%)
    While the situation benefits Kim Jong-un's and Trump's domestic agenda, there will be no solution  
     22 (21%)
    Armed conflict still cannot be avoided  
     12 (12%)
    Stonger deterrence on behalf of the U.S. through modernization of military infrastructure in the region  
     4 (4%)
    Toughening economic sanctions against North Korea  
     2 (2%)
 
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