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Candidates should carry on Reagan's quest of no nukes

It was President Ronald Reagan who said his goal was "to reduce substantially, and ultimately to eliminate, nuclear weapons and rid the world of the nuclear threat." Reagan set in motion treaties reducing nuclear arms. Likewise, President Obama has also advocated the elimination of nukes. 

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Fresh START: US, Russia Should Resume Dialogue on Nuclear Arms Reductions

Retired Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said that Russia and the United States should resume talks on reducing their nuclear arsenals.

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“Russia-US Relations: Current State and Ways for Normalization” Round Table

On February 2, 2016, the Russian International Affairs Council (RIAC) held a round table on “Russia-United States Relations: Current State and Ways for Normalization.”

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Six Things You Should Know About the U.S. Nuclear Weapons Arsenal

If you think nuclear weapons went the way of the Berlin Wall and shoulder pads at the end of the 1980s, think again. The U.S.

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Global Zero activists protest outside of GOP Debate

Iowan activists from Global Zero, a group that advocates for the elimination of nuclear weapons, had six people come out to hold illuminated signs saying "What would you nuke?" outside the Iowa Events Center.

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