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War in our time? The Russian bear is growling, and ready
The Ukraine conflict seems to have reached stasis point, with Russian forces entrenched in the east and aid pouring in for the Zelenskyy regime. The phoney phase is about to end, however, and war on a scale not seen since 1945 seems ready to begin
Pentagon tests first medium-range cruise missile after pulling out of INF Treaty with Russia
The Pentagon said on Monday it tested a conventionally configured ground-launched cruise missile the first such test since the United States pulled out of the INF treaty
China vows countermeasures if US deploys intermediate-range missiles in Indo-Pacific region
China said that it 'will not stand idly by' and will take countermeasures if the US deploys intermediate-range missiles in the Indo-Pacific region, which it plans to do within months.
US to withdraw from Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia; ex-defence secretary Ash Carter calls move 'not so bad'
Earlier this year, President Donald Trump's administration announced its intention to ditch agreement, accusing Moscow of repeatedly violating its terms. Washington formally launched the procedure of leaving the treaty on 1 February, a six-month process.
Donald Trump proposes new missile treaty with China, others; says US could outspend Russia without it
US president Donald Trump vowed Tuesday that the United States would outspend Russia on missiles without a fresh international accord after he ditched a landmark Cold War treaty
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.
US to withdraw from Cold War-era INF treaty with Russia; analysts warn against adverse consequences on global scale
INF treaty: US-Russia relations are likely to sour further with the Donald Trump administration announcing its decision to opt out of the Cold War-era Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty.
US claims 1987 nuke missile treaty violated after recent tests by Russia
In raising the issue now, the US appears to be placing increased pressure on Russia and trying to further isolate it from the international community.