Historic Arms Control Treaty Ends with Washington and Moscow Blaming Each Other

Poster:Post date:2019-08-02
Region:(U.S. Policy),(Regional Issues)
Issue:(Military Balance),(Regional Issues),(U.S. Policy)
(National Public Radio, By Sasha Ingber)
The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF Treaty) officially collapsed Friday, with both Russia and the United States assigning blame to the other. The treaty has ended after months of the U.S. and NATO accusing Russia of failing to comply with the treaty and Russia denying that it had breached the treaty. <Accessed 2019-08-02>  
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