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Russia Goes above START Treaty Limits, Adds 111 Warheads to Arsenal

The Free Beacon reported that Russia may violate conditions of the arms treaty signed by Russia and the U.S.: Russia has now deployed more than 100 nuclear warheads in its strategic arsenal above the limits set by the New START arms treaty limits—two years before it must meet treaty arms reduction goals. New START nuclear warhead […]
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