INF Treaty: U.S.-Russian Outdated Pact – citation in the American National Review
In the article that appeared in National Review „Understanding Our Withdrawal from the INF Treaty” by Christopher Tremoglie, the text from our special report „INF Treaty: U.S.-Russian Outdated Pact” was quoted.
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Excerpt from the article „Understanding Our Withdrawal from the INF Treaty”:
In January 2014, the U.S. informed NATO that Russia was developing a missile that violated the INF treaty. The State Department identified a ground-launched cruise missile (GLCM) with a range capability between 500 and 5,500 kilometers — a violation of the treaty. Of particular concern, notes the Warsaw Institute, was Russia’s development of the 9M729 missile, a ground-based cruise missile that had a range of approximately 2,500 kilometers.