If The Ex Soviets Want Aid, `They'd Better Play Ball On Nukes'

Like children squabbling over an inheritance, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, and Belarus have been bickering for months over who gets the former Soviet Union's nuclear arsenal. The fearsome shadow that Mother Russia casts over the weaker states is making them reluctant to stick to earlier agreements to dispose of their weapons.

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