The Intermediate Range Nuclear Forces (INF) agreement will be ratified by the Senate this spring, setting new precedents for arms control agreements: (1) actual reductions in the number of nuclear warheads held by the superpowers; (2)asymmetrical reductions of weapons; (3) intrusive verification measures.
The INF agreement also contains risks: (1) all the above accomplishments may prove to be significantly more difficult when an agreement covers a large part of the nuclear arsenals, ra...
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