White House Fact Sheet (pdf). (We're looking for more soon, guys!)
Statement from Joint Chiefs of Staff. Good quote from Adm. Mike Mullen, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who said the nation’s military leaders were allowed to submit their input during the process. This is to be used for convincing Republican senators to ratify the treaty.
“Through the trust it engenders, the cuts it requires and the flexibility it preserves,” Mullen added, “this treaty enhances our ability to do that which we have been charged to do: protect and defend the citizens of the United States.”Will the Republicans come along?
Will Duma members lobby them?