Trump White House ditches yet another disarmament deal, ponders new nuke tests and announces U.S. withdrawal from WHO

In Opinion by Michael Rae

Open Skies Treaty
For nearly two decades, the Open Skies Treaty has allowed its members to gather information on each other’s military forces and activities through aerial surveillance. With 34 States Parties, including the United States, Russia and most European countries, the multilateral accord has facilitated 1517 short-notice and unarmed overflights.

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