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The U.S. Senate proposes a policy of "advise and consent" on the ratification of the Treaty on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms (START II). The treaty never comes into force.
26.01.1996

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Blog entries: missile defense

26.03.2013

Of course, Hagel’s announcement is in need of further specification and, at minimum, discussion with Russian experts. However, in and of itself, the Americans’ readiness to amend European missile defense plans that have already been approved and agreed upon with alliance members, canceling the parts that cause the most concern for Russia, deserves to be treated seriously.

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