Will The Army’s 1,000-Mile Missiles Kill Reagan’s INF Treaty?

By Sydney J. Freedberg Jr.

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WASHINGTON: The arms control community is up in, well, arms over the Army’s plan for missiles with a thousand-mile range. Such weapons could blow holes in Russian or Chinese defenses in a major war – but their first victim may well be an ailing arms control agreement, the INF treaty. The fundamental questions: Is it

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