Foreign Policy Senior Fellow Frank Rose discusses the Trump administration’s recent decision to withdraw the United States from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. Rose addresses the likelihood of Russia coming back into compliance with the agreement and offers his thoughts on whether the administration handled the announcement correctly.
Consequences and Context for Russia’s Violations of the INF Treaty
For those keeping score: Putin-1; Trump-0
Missiles of March: A political means of last resort for Putin
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Is there room for US-China collaboration in an era of strategic competition?
South Korea must still move cautiously between the two great power rivals given Seoul’s larger economic and geopolitical stakes in China relative to other U.S. allies