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Disarmament Returns

Gennady Evstafiev

Hopes for serious progress in the area of nuclear disarmament have not been justified. What challenges will Russia face in the disarmament process? What should its Western partners do in order to return to fruitful cooperation on all fronts? Did Russia do the right thing when it declared a moratorium on its participation in the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe (CFE)? And what might Russia's next steps be, if the new dialog with the United States, with the West, falls through?

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SECURITY INDEX №2 (82), 2007

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