In connection with the November 2001 U.S.-Russian summit, the following resources are available:
World Nuclear Forces, SIPRI Yearbook 2001
Get the facts and figures about the world’s nuclear arsenals.
“The Matrix of Deterrence: U.S. Strategic Command Force Structure Studies”
How does Strategic Command determine how many nuclear weapons it needs? This report takes a close look at six force structures studies that set the limits for nuclear cuts.
“US Nuclear Strategy Reform in the 1990s”
Follow changes in US nuclear strategy during the first decade after the Cold War.
Dangerous Directions, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
The unreformed Cold Warriors have a new war plan — one that accentuates the most threatening aspects of U.S. nuclear forces.
Targets of Opportunity, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
How the military found new targets for its nuclear weapons after the Cold War.