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Russia-U.S.: Limited Liability Partnership

Vladimir Orlov

In his Editorial, Vladimir Orlov analyzes the decisions made by presidents Dmitry Medvedev and Barack Obama in April 2009 and its implementation in April 2010 when the new treaty on further reductions and limitations on strategic offensive weapons was signed. Editor-in-Chief mentions the initial steps that have to be made by two countries on the path of radical cuts of their nuclear arsenals.

Russia-U.S.: Limited Liability Partnership


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SECURITY INDEX №3 (92), 2010

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