The Bush administration's national security policies, if fully and unilaterally implemented, will severely stress United States relations with Russia and China. … These policies would also deal a serious blow to the international treaty regimes developed over the past 30 years to control the spread of weapons of mass destruction and that continue to enjoy universal support and approval.
America, Russia, and the Future of Arms Control
Jack Mendelsohn was a United States State Department official from 1963 to 1985 and a member of the United States delegations to the SALT II and START I treaty negotiations. He is currently a vice president of the Lawyers Alliance for World Security and a senior associate of the Center for Defense Information.
Jack Mendelsohn; America, Russia, and the Future of Arms Control. Current History 1 October 2001; 100 (648): 323–329. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.2001.100.648.323
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