It is almost inconceivable that the United States and Russia will conclude a new treaty in the remaining three years of New START’s life.
Despite apparent moves by Beijing and Tokyo to improve ties, there is no way to discount the evolving signs of trouble in the East China Sea.
America runs the risk of misunderstanding the context within which the Russian government would use its nuclear weapons.
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