Arms Race: Will Europe Be Victim of Nuclear Power Plays?
Tuesday, 5 February 2019 () U.S. President Trump has accused Russia of violating the INF arms control treaty and has suspended the pact, firing the starting gun on a new high-tech arms race. NATO is caught in the middle of what's been described in Berlin as the "Trump-Putin problem." By DER SPIEGEL Staff
Russian President Vladimir Putin is in a tight spot. It is certain Putin cannot afford to engage in an expensive nuclear arms race with the US when his ratings are so low and state funds are needed to hedge against new Western sanctions and raise living standards. Due to alleged Russian violations,...
The Trump administration is poised to announce Friday that it is withdrawing from a treaty that has been a centerpiece of superpower arms control since the Cold War and whose demise some analysts worry..
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday addressed concerns about the growing risks of a new nuclear arms race as he held his annual televised news conference in Moscow. Russia has criticized the..