Leaders Call for Political Commitments on Nuclear Risk
February 18, 2020 | Grantee News | Nuclear Challenges

World leaders who participated in the Aspen Ministers Forum published a joint statement on the need for leadership and political commitment to address nuclear risk. In particular, the group called for the United States and Russian to extend the 2010 New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (commonly known as New START) for another five years. Aspen Institute, a grantee, convenes the leaders for the Forum to strengthen global ties between the U.S. and Europe in nonpartisan policy discussions.

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