No Stopping Start
START has passed the senate.
Top Republicans continued to oppose the treaty, but 13 Republicans crossed over to vote for pact. Fifty-six Democrats and the two independents who caucus with them voted for the agreement.
Is it time to start working to stop the next START?
"You ask what is the relevance of this to consideration to the START treaty," Cornyn chided. "I fear that the New START treaty will serve as another data in a narrative of weakness, pursuing diplomacy for its own sake or indulging in a utopian dream of a world without nuclear weapons divorced from hard reality."