The treaty provides transparency about Russian military activities for the U.S. and our allies. Withdrawing from the treaty would be another step in the collapse of U.S. leadership and further alienate U.S. allies and partners, note arms control experts.
NATO defense ministers are set to discuss how to handle the impending termination of the INF Treaty.
In the absence of active U.S.-Russian efforts to resolve disagreements over the INF Treaty, other nations may be
able to lead the way toward preventing a new arms race.
European powers have developed a trade mechanism to enable commercial transactions with Iran
despite U.S. sanctions.
With Russia and the United States at an impasse, what can be done to save a landmark arms control treaty?
Remarks by Greg Thielmann for the Polis 180 Fireside Chat: Powerless Europe? The Future of Nuclear Weapons Policy in Europe, Berlin, Germany