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 Arms Control and Nuclear Proliferation
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Committees Investigate Nuclear Problems1960
Nuclear Test Ban1961
Nuclear Test Ban Treaty Ratified1963
Nuclear Control1966
Johnson on Nonproliferation Treaty1968
Senate Approves Nuclear Arms Freeze Resolution1970
Senate Approves Treaty with USSR Limiting ABM Systems1972
Nuclear Arms Control1975
Arms Control Agency1977
Carter Assurances Secure Victory on Warnke1977
Arms Control Agency1978
Arms Control Agency1979
Chronology of SALT II Treaty Negotiations1979
World Events End Chances for SALT Approval1979
Nuclear Freeze Rejected by House1982
Presidential Address: Reagan Speech on Nuclear Arms Control1982
Adelman Nomination1983
House OKs, Senate Rejects Nuclear Freeze1983
Presidential Address: Reagan on Nuclear Arms Control1983
Presidential Statement: Reagan Letter on Arms Control Policy1983
Anti-Satellite Missile Gets New Restrictions1984
Presidential Statement: Reagan Message on Soviet Treaty Violations1984
Presidential Statement: Reagan's Report to Congress on Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Arms Control1984
Arms Control: Negotiations but No Accords1985
Arms Controllers Win a Year-Long Ban on Anti-Satellite (ASAT) Missile Tests1985
Reagan, Gorbachev Meet in ‘Fireside Summit’1985
Hill Enforces SALT II Arms Control Conditions on Defense Buildup1987
Liberals Again Come Up Empty on Test Ban1987
Intermediate-Range Nuclear-Force (info) Missile Treaty Wins Senate Approval1988
U.S.-Japan Nuclear Pact1988
As Iron Curtain Falls, Superpowers Thaw1989
U.S.-Soviet Strategic Arms Agreement Stalls1990
President Suffers Defeat With Senate's Partisan Rejection of Test Ban Treaty1999
Arms Treaty OK'd at End of Session2010
Measure Targets Iran's Nuclear Arms2010
Unable to Block Nuclear Deal with Iran, Congress Gives Itself Review Authority2015
Nuclear Questions for Hill and Trump2017