Why New Start Must Be Ratified

The prospects of the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty that the U.S. and Russian presidents signed April 8 going into force this year dimmed last week when White House attempts to reassure Republicans in the Senate fell through. Under the American system, the president may sign a treaty, but it must then be ratified by a two-thirds vote in the Senate ...

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