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The USA had no problems turning its back on the agreement in 2001, when they decided to go for the Missile Defence Shield. The USA, according to Victoria Nuland has spent $5 billion on funding the Ukranian opposition, in violation of the 1994 Treaty.
Department of State notes twentieth anniversary of historic step to remove nuclear weapons from Ukraine U.S. called a "historic step" the day when Ukraine renounced nuclear weapons 20 years ago...Department of State Spokesperson Marie Harf made the
The Air Force destroyed the last B-52 bomber required under the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty with Russia. A crew used a circular saw to cut through the plane's aluminum skin, the tail section separating from the fuselage with a loud thunk and
The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago The final B-52G bomber being eliminated under a weapons treaty will meet its end at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson on Thursday. Base officials say a rescue saw will be used to sever the
West, the betrayal syndrome began when FDR normalized relations with the Soviet Union on the basis of a written promise from the Kremlin not to subvert the United States. Of course, the Soviets lied. But, for years thereafter, so did our own
China, India and Pakistan have increased their nuclear weapons by about 10 warheads each in the past year, and other nuclear states appear set on maintaining their arsenals, a Swedish think tank said Monday. At the start of the year, China had raised
Not that we need one, but the week before last offered another example of congressional dysfunction, this time on defense. During a hearing on the fiscal 2014 Defense Department budget, Rep. Mike D...That's when the deployed U.S. strategic nuclear
The Pentagon may cut the size of its military forces for the second time in as many years if spending reductions of $470 billion over 10 years take effect, according to America's top military chief...Obama to unveil nuclear reduction, charm Russia
Mr. Obama, administration officials say, is unlikely to discuss specific numbers in the address, but White House officials are looking at a cut that would take the arsenal of deployed weapons to just above 1,000. Currently there are about 1,700, and
Mod/PA A report out today by the Centre for Public Integrity in Washington says that the Obama administration has made the decision that the US can make do with just two thirds of its current arsenal of deployed strategic nuclear warheads.