U.S., NATO Cancel INF Treaty, Citing Disputed Russian Missile

Credit: U.S. Air Force
The NATO alliance on Aug. 2 announced an agreement for a “defensive package of measures” in response to the demise of a 31-year-old arms control pact over the deployment of a disputed Russian cruise missile. The defensive measures do not include responding to what NATO’s calls Russia’s non-compliant...

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