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Missile Defense Is the Litmus Test of Readiness for Effective Cooperation

Anatoly Antonov

What are the prospects for U.S.-Russian military-political relations? What are the problems that hamper the continued process of strategic offensive arms reductions? And how has the Russian proposal on building a united missile defense system been met in the West? Deputy Russian Defense Minister for International Military Cooperation and Head of the Russian delegation at the New START talks Anatoly Antonov in his interview talks about the implications of the “reset” in U.S.-Russian relations for disarmament field.

Missile Defense Is the Litmus Test of Readiness for Effective Cooperation


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