Arms Control

Transcript: Secretary of State Kerry Press Availability at the United Nations in Geneva

Press Briefing

Secretary Kerry on negotiations with Iran: Any deal that we would possibly agree to would make the international community, and especially Israel, safer than it is today.

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Secretary of State John Kerry Travel to London and Geneva

On February 22, the Secretary will then travel to Geneva, Switzerland, to meet with Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif as part of the ongoing nuclear negotiations.

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White House Statement: U.S. Welcomes Minsk Agreement

The true test of today’s accord will be in its full and unambiguous implementation, including the durable end of hostilities and the restoration of Ukrainian control over its border with Russia.

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Secretary Kerry: Press Statement on the Release of The National Security Strategy

National Security Strategy

This National Security Strategy is a blueprint to leverage America’s leadership in a more complicated world than many people would have ever imagined.

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Secretary Kerry: Remarks at the World Economic Forum in Davos

Secretary Kerry at Davos

There’s no room for sectarian division; there’s no room for anti-Semitism or Islamophobia; and no way forward except to demonstrate to the terrorists that every time they try to divide us, they strengthen our resolve. Like the million souls that last week spoke with a single voice in the streets of Paris, we must act as one.

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Ambassador Wood: the U. S. is firmly committed to achieving the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons

Ambassador Robert Wood addresses the CD September 9, 2014

The United States remains ever-ready to work tirelessly with other CD Member States to help overcome the continuing impasse.

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Media Note: Bilateral Consultations With Iran in Zurich January 23-24

Under Secretary of State Wendy R. Sherman Travel to Berlin and Zurich Media Note Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC January 21, 2015   Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman will travel to Berlin, Germany January 21 to 22 for meetings with the political directors of the G-7 (Germany, the United Kingdom, […]

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US Rose Gottemoeller at Brookings on U.S. Nuclear Arms Policy

There should be no doubt: the U.S. commitment to achieving the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons is unassailable.

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Ambassador Robert Wood: U.S. Perspectives on the Opportunities and Challenges of Nuclear Disarmament

U.S. Ambassador to the Conference on Disarmament Robert Wood

As President Obama has said, the path to zero will require patience and persistence. It requires a broad strategy aimed at strengthening the nonproliferation regime, preventing nuclear terrorism, and pursuing concrete steps that build a foundation for future progress and lead in the direction of nuclear disarmament.

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Acting Deputy Secretary of State Wendy R. Sherman Travel to Geneva / P5+1 Negotiations

Acting Deputy Secretary of State Wendy R. Sherman and the American negotiating team will meet on December 15–16 with Iranian officials in Geneva.

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