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Nuclear Posture Review
The Nuclear Posture Review is a legislatively-mandated review that establishes U.S. nuclear policy, strategy, capabilities and force posture for the next five to ten years.

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U.S. Declassifies Nuclear Stockpile Details to Promote Transparency

The United States released newly declassified details about its nuclear stockpile today, including significant progress made in dismantling warheads, in an effort to promote transparency and help stem nuclear proliferation. Story

Gates: Summit Draws Attention to Nuclear Security

The international summit on nuclear security is an opportunity to draw greater attention to the issues of nuclear nonproliferation and the control of nuclear material, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said. Story

Gates Discusses New Nuclear Posture, U.S. Relations With Karzai

While the new U.S. nuclear posture review removed some of the intentional ambiguity from the country’s nuclear policy, “all options are on the table” for countries like North Korea and Iran, Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates said. Story

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The President in Prague, April 5, 2009

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