Nuclear Proliferation

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NPR's Mike Shuster reports that though it's been six years since the United States and Russia signed the second Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, little progress has been made in the mutual reduction of warheads envisoned in START-2. Neither country has ratified the treaty. As a result, there are growing fears that the Russian-American arms control process has a dim future.



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