The State Department is wrestling with how to refresh a treaty that has governed peace in Europe since 1992. The Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty (CFE) that limits the number of conventional weapons that can be deployed on the continent was signed in 1990, following the collapse of the Soviet Union. But participation in the treaty has gradually eroded. Russia suspended its implementation in 2007. By late 2011, the U.S. and 21 NATO allies ceased carrying out their CFE obligations with ...
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