Statement of William J. Perry regarding submission of the New START for consent and ratification
April 29, 2010
Senate Foreign Relations Committee
William J. Perry
Chairman Kerry and Ranking Member Lugar, thank you for this opportunity to appear before you and other members of this distinguished Committee to discuss ratification for the New START Treaty.
I would like to start my testimony by offering you five judgments about the New START Treaty.
Nuclear Progress, but Dangers Ahead
April 14, 2010
Forty senior European leaders
Senior European statesmen and women call for renewed urgency in tackling problems of nuclear proliferation. Read the op-ed.
Nuclear Review Shows Bipartisanship
April 14, 2010
William J. Perry and James R. Schlesinger
William J. Perry and James R. Schlesinger the Chair and Vice-Chair of the Congressional Commission of the Strategic Posture of the United States write that the just completed U.S. Nuclear Posture Review, “…offers a bipartisan path forward - while allowing for healthy disagreements on specific issues.” Read the op-ed.
From Reagan to Obama: there is plenty to do if we are to maintain our safety and security
April 13, 2010
The Wall Street Journal
George P. Shultz
George P. Shultz discusses the Nuclear Posture Review and the New START Treaty and their importance. Read the op-ed.
Swedish Declaration on the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons
April 10, 2010
Stokholm International Peace Research Institute
Former Prime Minister of SwedenIngvar Carlsson , former Foreign Minister of Sweden, Karin Söder, former Foreign Minister of Sweden Hans Blix, SIPRI Chairman and Chairman of the Swedish Pugwash network Rolf Ekéus
Former Swedish officials endorse the vision of a world free of nuclear weapons and support concrete and practical steps towards achieving that aim. Read the Declaration.