Rachelle Lyndaker Schlabach reflects for Third Way on the New START treaty:
In short, the treaty would require the United States and Russia to reduce their nuclear arsenals. It would also allow inspectors from each country to verify the status of the other’s nuclear weapons program…
The previous START treaty, on which this one is based, received strong bipartisan support, passing the Senate easily in 1992 by a margin of 93-6. But in the highly partisan environment of this Congress, nothing is certain.
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