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Is there a glimmer of hope for the INF Treaty?
On December 21, the United Nations General Assembly voted down a Russian-proposed resolution calling for support for the INF Treaty. That Moscow gambit failed, in large part because Russia is violating the treaty by deploying prohibited missiles. This bit of diplomatic show came one week after Russian officials said they would like to discuss INF Treaty compliance concerns. That could be not is but could be significant. Washington should test whether those suggestions represent just more Kremlin posturing or a serious effort to save the treaty.
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