One of the United States’ little-noticed conventional arms control treaties turns 20 today, while its enforcement continues to rely on aircraft and surveillance gear stuck in the analog age. The Open Skies Treaty enables countries to fly over each other’s territories, assuring signatories that their neighbors are not massing troops along a border, enabling them to monitor rail lines and generally building confidence between nations. Russia is modernizing its equipment, purchasing and ...
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