- Nov 1, 2016
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US-Russia relationship recalls cold war, Proof means little in Warren and Khashoggi affairs, Iran’s blacklisting adds to US sanctions stress, Saudi Arabia could stabilize Arab world, Moon administration tried to ease North Korea sanctions too early
“The United States has declared its intention to rescind unilaterally one of the landmark treaties that helped end the Cold War...,” states an editorial. “ ‘Trust but verify’ was the approach taken by the Americans at the time.... It was necessary because for four decades neither side believed a word the other side said.... We seem to be back there again.... It may be true, as President Trump claims, that the Russians have been cheating, developing new nuclear missiles covertly. “Take US President Donald Trump’s denial to reporters that he made a US$1 million bet ... that Senator Elizabeth Warren could not prove her native American heritage.