START-1 Strategic Arms Reduction Talks
- State Department Fact Sheet on the Final Numbers for START I
- United States Senate Strategic Arms Flexibility Act of 2001 (Introduced).
- United States House of Representatives Strategic Arms Flexibility Act of 2001 (Introduced).
- START I Levels reached, December 5, 2001
- START I Aggregate Numbers July 31, 2001
- Moscow Says U.S. Violating START-I Accord, RFE/RL Newsline, Vol. 5, No. 3, Part I, 5 January 2001 -- Aleksandr Yakovenko, an official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, said on 4 January that the United States is in direct violation of the START-I agrement because it is destroying only the first stage of the MX and not the entire missile as required
- Pentagon Spokesman's Regular Briefing - START I, U.S. Department of Defense, 04 January 2001 -- Q: The Russian foreign minister yesterday accused the U.S. of repeatedly violating the START I Treaty in terms of not properly destroying MX ballistic missiles. Do you have any reaction to that?
- 4 January 2001 On January 4, 2001, during the first Pentagon briefing of the year, spokesman Ken Bacon turned aside a reporter's question in which he noted that Russia has allegedly accused the United States of not cooperating fully on all the terms of the 1991 Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START).
- Two Sets of Arms Control Agreements Signed in Geneva, USIS Washington File, 13 December 2000 -- Arms control negotiators from the United States, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan signed a set of documents in Geneva December 11 that provide for the phased elimination under the START Treaty of the last SS-24 ICBMs remaining on Ukrainian soil.
- START I AGGREGATE NUMBERS OF STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE ARMS April 1, 1999 (As of January 1, 1999 as compiled from individual data submissions of the Parties)
- Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START)
Inspectable Sites in the Former Soviet Union As of December 1997
Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START)
Inspectable Sites in the United States As of December 1997
- Factsheet - START TREATY: ACHIEVEMENT OF PHASE I REDUCTIONS
December 5, 1997
- Factsheet - START I AGGREGATE NUMBERS OF STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE ARMS (As of July 1, 1997 as compiled from individual data submissions of the Parties) October 1, 1997
- Factsheet - START II PROTOCOL AND LETTERS ON EARLY DEACTIVATION September 26, 1997
- Factsheet - START I ENTRY INTO FORCE July 12, 1995
- Factsheet - START I: LISBON PROTOCOL AND THE NUCLEAR NONPROLIFERATION TREATY February 14, 1995
- Factsheet - START: DATA BASE August 1, 1991
- Factsheet - THE STRATEGIC ARMS REDUCTION TREATY
WHAT IS IT? July 29, 1991
- Factsheet - START: CENTRAL LIMITS July 29, 1991
- Factsheet - START: TREATY LIMITED ITEMS July 29, 1992
- Factsheet - START: BASIC PROVISIONS OF THE TREATY July 29, 1991
- Factsheet - START: VERIFICATION July 29, 1991
Maintained by Robert Sherman
Updated Wednesday, December 23, 1998 7:28:43 AM