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Trump’s Nuclear Folly

Russia may have violated the INF treaty, but walking away from it would be an enormous miscalculation

The Trump administration has informed Russia that it means to withdraw from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. It has grounds, because Russia is cheating. And the treaty is a problem in another way: As it stands, it ties America’s hands in responding to China’s missile programs.

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