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Going Ballistic: A Key Missile Treaty Between Russia and America Is Dying a Slow Death
The INF treaty has nonetheless saved the United States and Russia millions of dollars of military spending in the last three decades on developing redundant nuclear-apocalypse generating weapons.
- Sebastien Roblin
- The National Interest
Though the treaty is obviously endangered by a rising tide of violations and loophole exploiting, one should hope its total collapse can be avoided so to spare everybody yet another expensive form of nuclear-arms…
One of the arms-control treaties that is little understood is the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Force treaty signed by the Soviet Union and…