New US-Russia Nuclear Arms Race is Both Dangerous and Costly August 28, 2019
Interview with Jeff Carter, PSR executive director | Between the Lines
On Aug. 19, just days after the world marked the 74th anniversary of the only use of nuclear weapons in war—the U.S. bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Pentagon began conducting a test of a new generation ground-launched cruise missiles, once prohibited under the 1987 U.S.-Russia Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces or INF Treaty, that the Trump regime withdrew from on Aug. 2.
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