Everet Beckner

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Former Deputy Administrator for Defense Programs at the Department of Energy’s National Nuclear Security Administration (2002-2005); private consultant on nuclear issues

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The  START Treaty  was negotiated by George W. Bush to allow the US to monitor Russia's missile development, but it expired last December.

Has START Stalled?

The START Treaty was negotiated by George W. Bush to allow the US to monitor Russia's missile development, but it expired last December.

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