November 29, 2010

Obama Disdainful of New START Critics

Keith Payne, National Review

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The Obama administration’s effort to garner Senate support for ratification of its New START nuclear treaty has met greater-than-expected resistance. This resistance follows primarily from concerns about the loopholes in the treaty’s limits on forces, its narrow but explicit limits on U.S. missile-defense options and non-nuclear strategic missiles, and its significant weakening of START’s past verification provisions.

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TAGGED: Missile Defense, Russia, START Treaty, Obama administration

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