Will US-Russia nuclear treaty make the world safer?
The deal, agreed last month, commits the former Cold War foes to cut their stockpiles to 1,550 warheads each, about 30% less than currently allowed. It also limits the number of launchers each country has.
For the first time the US is ruling out a nuclear response to attacks involving biological, chemical or conventional weapons. However, countries will only be spared a US nuclear response if they comply with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty - this does not include Iran and North Korea.
Are you in the USA or Russia? Do you welcome this treaty or are you concerned about arms reduction? What message does this send to other countries?
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