U.S., Russia at Odds on Key Arms Issues

Boese, Wade
April 2008
Arms Control Today;Apr2008, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p33
The article discusses U.S. and Russian disagreements on managing nuclear weapons. The entry notes that no agreements were reached on the issue of missile defenses and future strategic nuclear arms limits. It cites Russia's allegation that the U.S. missile defense systems proposed for Poland and the Czech Republic could be used against Russia's missiles. Also mentioned is the pending nuclear cooperation agreement which has been delayed for signing because of U.S. dissatisfaction with Russia's policies toward Iran.


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