V. American Leadership In the World -

Reducing the Nuclear Threat

"Over the last two years, the United States has made real progress in lifting the threat of nuclear weapons. Now, in 1995, we face a year of particular decision in this era -- a year in which the United States will pursue the most ambitious agenda to dismantle and fight the spread of weapons of mass destruction since the atom was split."

-- President Clinton
March 1, 1995

Reducing the Nuclear Threat Today

Recognizing that nuclear threats persist despite the end of the Cold War, the Administration has taken strong and effective action to reduce those threats.

In other parts of the world, we have reversed the trend towards proliferation.

Ensuring America s Security Tomorrow

To continue building America's security, we have a full arms control and nonproliferation agenda:

Military Readiness
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