President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev struck a preliminary deal Monday to reduce their stockpiles of nuclear warheads to as few as 1,500 each, pointing the two countries' arsenals toward lower levels than in any previous arms control agreement
They also agreed to allow the US to use their air space , which save us $130 Million a year in our war with Afghanastan
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I don't trust Putin or Medevev. This could possibly bite us in the rear, with Russia simply hiding their lode, while we actually reduce ours.
I believe the truth be told, we don't know how many they really have and they dont really know how many we really have. BUT it is a POSITIVE step in weapons proliferation and our relationship with Russia. Also, them allowing our military to use their air space is HUGE...
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