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Arms control confidence and security building measures timeline

Arms control, confidence and security building measures timeline

Arms control, confidence and security building measures timeline

Since the 1990s, most of the arms control agreements concluded by the United States, the Soviet Union/Russia and allied countries, together with flanking confidence and security-building measures such as the OSCE’s Open Skies Treaty, have come unstuck.
These developments have undermined the international security order – especially in Europe – and left New START as the only major remaining bilateral arms agreement between the US and Russia.

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