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Moscow’s Proposed U.S.-Russia Treaty


Russia proposed a new security treaty between Washington and Moscow on December 17th. The Kremlin contends it will de-escalate tensions surrounding Ukraine, if the U.S. agrees to the terms of the “Treaty between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on Security Guarantees”. An examination of the draft treaty furnishes the exact opposite conclusion. The proposed treaty decreases tension between the U.S., NATO, and Russia over Ukraine for the short-term; the agreement creates conditions allowing Moscow to re-establish a neo-Soviet type security climate in the years following the accord’s enactment. An analysis of the Treaty’s Articles 1-8 elaborates…

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