Vladimir Putin says new missiles could target 'decision-making centres' if US sends weapons to Europe
Vladimir Putin said he understood concerns about the bilateral deal, namely that other countries could continue to develop weapons that are banned for the US and Russia.
US suspends decades-old nuclear treaty with Russia to focus on China; Democrats say move opens door to arms race
Leaving the INF pact with Russia risks aggravating relations with European allies, who share the administration's view that Russia is violating the treaty but who have not endorsed a US withdrawal.
Following reelection, Vladimir Putin vows to cut defence spending, says Russia 'won't allow' arms race
President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that Russia would cut its military spending, a day after he won a presidential election with a landslide
Kraken or Sanction? Russians get creative with names for country's new nuclear weapons in online contest
Russians are showering the defense ministry with proposed names for the country's new nuclear weapons, relishing the online contest announced by President Vladimir Putin in his state-of-the-nation address on Thursday.
In a veiled criticism of the US, Pakistan has said the declared plans by one of the P-5 nations to expand its nuclear capabilities would renew an arms race and seriously retard global disarmament efforts
There is no need to get all hot and bothered about Donald Trump's tweet especially since US President Barack Obama, despite his previous commitment to a nuclear-free world, has gone ahead and pushed for a massive nuclear weapons programme in the US. Trump is merely echoing Obama
The latest of course is Pakistan crying hoarse that India, if given the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) membership, will fuel an arms race, while China, mothering Pakistan, supports the Pakistani stand, saying it would touch a ‘raw nerve’ (Pakistan's) and start a nuclear arms race.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, addressing the United Nations General Assembly on Friday said he is looking forward to meeting Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to "make a new beginning" in the relationship between the two nations
Asserting that China has signed agreements for arms exports worth $11 billion from 2007 to 2011, the Pentagon has said that Pakistan remains Beijing's primary customer for conventional weapons.