System malfunction or nuclear attack? Faced with a daunting situation, Petrov made the right choice.
Arms Control Association: More Than 80 Nuclear Nonproliferation Experts Reaffirm Support for the Iran Nuclear Deal
Nonproliferation specialists believe Iran is meeting its JCPOA requirements and encourage U.S. politicians to remain committed to the agreement.
China and South Korea fear radioactive fallout from North Korea’s nuclear test if radiation drifts over their borders.
The Dragonfly 2.0 attacks to energy companies gave hackers operational access, making blackouts a possible method of sabotage.
With the support of China, the United Nations Security Council voted for heavier sanctions against North Korea.
The relationship between Russia and the U.S. deteriorates as sanctions increase and Putin makes cuts to American staff.
While some lawmakers want to limit encryption to improve government access to information that could solve crimes, others argue that creating access points would make data more susceptible to hacking.
Ambassador John Campbell details the effects of climate change on United States agriculture, oil production, social and territorial tensions, and more.