Washington Is Making It Hard For Russia To Help Itself
When Defense Secretary William S. Cohen unveiled a plan on Jan. 20 to pump an extra $6.6 billion into U.S. missile-defense programs, the Russian response was a loud "Nyet!" Such a move would require Russia to agree to make big changes in the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty, a cornerstone of arms control for nearly three decades.
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