Tag: treaty

Nuclear bombs are not political pawns

This is part three in our series on the National Defense Authorization Act vote that concluded Friday morning. We’ve covered the Afghanistan vote, and some of the other issues addressed in the bill. Another topic of discussion in Congress this week was the status of our arsenal of […]

You made it happen

It turns out we’ve got something extra to celebrate this holiday season. And I want you to know how important you were in ratifying the first major disarmament treaty in decades, because this is a story that begins and ends with you. It’s people like you who’ve known […]

Stop Republican delay tactics

Who will triumph in one of the last big political battles of 2010? The Republicans, Democrats, security experts, military officials and 73% of the American public who support ratifying New START? Or Senator Jon Kyl and his right wing cronies who are playing partisan politics with nuclear security? […]

Just four more to go!

Just four more Republican senators, and we’ll have the votes we need to ratify the first disarmament treaty in decades. Please click here to find out how just a little help from you can go a long way. We are so close. That’s why we won’t rest until […]

A Rare Victory In Congress

Hold on to your seat. Yesterday, in the midst of the most vicious and partisan political season in ages, we moved the first disarmament treaty in decades another major step towards ratification. The Senate Foreign Relations Committee voted 14 – 4 to approve sending the New Strategic Arms […]