Should U.S. Walk Away From 1987 INF Treaty?

Credit: Russian Defense Ministry
Russia’s deployment of a new ground-launch cruise missile in violation of the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty has many lawmakers and pundits in Washington wondering if the U.S. should walk away from the landmark agreement altogether. Signed between Washington and Moscow in 1987, the...

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