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Tags: nuclear | disarmament | warheads | Obama

LIGNET: Why Russia Would Win in a Nuke Reduction Deal

Monday, 24 June 2013 01:11 PM

On June 19, standing at Berlin’s historic Brandenburg Gate, President Barack Obama renewed his pledge to achieve “a world without nuclear weapons,” saying the United States would reduce its cache of nuclear weapons by one-third if Russia does the same. Russian President Vladimir Putin dismissed the offer, but made a counter-offer. It’s an offer that Putin would love the United States to accept, given that it would cripple the West’s defenses.

Click here to read the full analysis from top experts at LIGNET.com.


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On June 19, standing at Berlin's historic Brandenburg Gate, President BarackObama renewed his pledge to achieve "a world without nuclear weapons," sayingthe United States would reduce its cache of nuclear weapons by one-third ifRussia does the same. Russian President...
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