Excerpts from this story referencing "Nuclear disarmament":
"… ed States and Russia had a special obligation to undertake deeper cuts. “Nuclear disarmament is off-track,” he said. “Delay comes with a high price tag. The longer …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Senate":
"… ociation that her office faces a complicated challenge in working with the Senate to ratify the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. The agreement would permanently ban …"
"… ment on nuclear test bans requires a two-thirds majority approval from the Senate for U.S. ratification. In September 1996, it was signed by two-thirds of t …"
"… tration still has no specific timetable for pushing the treaty through the Senate.“We understand that people want to get their heads around this and under …"
"… re going to be patient and we’ll be ready to bring the treaty before the Senate for a vote when the time is right.”Both as a candidate and as president, …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Boeing":
"… g at the four biggest companies in the nuclear weapons launch business — Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, and General Dynamics — and their cor …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Armed Services Committee":
"… s has been reported.”Almost all of the signers were members of the House Armed Services Committee, a group that helps oversee how the nation spends its massive defense …"
"… $1.89 million of that — roughly 16 percent — went to members of House Armed Services Committee, according to an iWatch analysis of records from the non-profit OpenSecret …"
"… tegic bomber.According to McGehee, of the Campaign Legal Center, “On the Armed Services Committee there is a tacit understanding between members and the military constructi …"