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Russia Says it Won’t Destroy Missiles U.S. Claims Break INF Treaty
“We will not knock on a closed door,” the Foreign Ministry said of its proposals to keep the treaty active.
Russia Secures $2Bln Fighter Jet Contract With Egypt — Reports
Russia has lost around 50 billion rubles ($760 million) in arms sales since sanctions hit in 2014, officials estimate.
Trump Is Winning, Putin's Losing in Global Arms Sales
Russia's arms sales are on the decline, a sign that Vladimir Putin’s geopolitical bets aren’t turning into long-term influence.
Russia Remains Second-Largest Arms Exporter Despite Sales Drop – Think Tank
The Swedish think tank said declining arms purchases by India and Venezuela played a major factor in Russia’s reduced exports.
Russia Will Deploy New Missiles Targeting Europe if U.S. Does, Envoy Warns
"The whole territory of European countries will be covered,” Russia's ambassador to the U.S. said.
Putin Signs Decree Suspending INF Nuclear Pact
Russia has accused Washington of breaking the accord.
Russian Arms Makers Lost $760M Due to U.S. Sanctions, Official Says
Around 80 percent of Russian-made small arms and ammunition were exported to the U.S. and Europe before sanctions.
Turkey's Erdogan Says No Going Back From S-400 Arms Deal with Russia
"We made the S-400 deal with Russia, so it's out of the question for us to turn back. That's done."
The INF Treaty Has Been Nixed. What’s Next?
Military expert Dmitry Stefanovich on the prospects of a new arms race.
A Forced Decision: Why the U.S. Withdrew From the INF Treaty
An arms control treaty that one side violates is no longer effective at keeping the world safe, U.S. Ambassador Jon Huntsman writes.
Moscow and Washington Are Heading Down a Very Risky Path
Steven Pifer on the disturbing prospect of a new arms race.
Russia Says U.S. Exit From Nuclear Pact Would Not Mean New Cold War
The United States' full withdrawal from the INF Treaty would not herald the start of a new Cold War, Sergei Lavrov said on Monday.
Russian Contractors Are Training the Army in Sudan, Moscow Says
Moscow confirmed the contractors' presence in Sudan for the first time after a story in the British press alleged they were helping quell anti-government...
Russia, in Effort to Defuse U.S. Nuclear Dispute, Displays New Missile
Russia showed foreign military attaches and journalists a cruise missile system that the U.S. says breaches a Cold War-era arms control pact.
Russia Rejects U.S. Call to Destroy Missile in Arms Pact Row
Russia said it was unacceptable for the United States to demand Moscow destroy its 9M729 cruise missile.
U.S. Rejects Russian Offer to Save INF Missile Treaty, Washington to Pull out
The U.S. said Moscow refused to allow proper inspection of a new missile system that Washington says breaks the INF treaty.
Russia 'Not Interested' in Arms Race With U.S., Putin Says
Putin has in the past accused the U.S. of increasing the risk of nuclear war by threatening to exit the INF treaty.
Russian Military Seeks Permission to Shoot Down Passenger Planes
“Sadly, people on the plane will die, but this will prevent a more terrible catastrophe,” Senator Frants Klintsevich said.
Central African Republic Open to Russian Military Base
The Central African Republic does not rule out the deployment of Russian military bases, the country's defense minister has said.
Loaned Battle Tanks Return to Russia From Laos
"The equipment has traveled more than 4,500 kilometers by sea and arrived in Vladivostok."
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