The ink had barely dried in Prague on the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (Start) last week when attention turned to hopes of further nuclear arms reductions. The April 8 treaty signing—which must be followed by legislative ratification in both Moscow and Washington—was a significant step toward President Barack Obama’s vision of a world without nuclear weapons. But it was also a modest one, and arms control advocates inside the government and without are pushing for more cuts. “While ...

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