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  • Carter and I had spent months negotiating with the Soviets to get SALT II, the next round of the arms-control treaties, and nearly got it through the Senate.

    The Good Fight

  • Carter and I had spent months negotiating with the Soviets to get SALT II, the next round of the arms-control treaties, and nearly got it through the Senate.

    The Good Fight

  • Carter and I had spent months negotiating with the Soviets to get SALT II, the next round of the arms-control treaties, and nearly got it through the Senate.

    The Good Fight

  • A Pennsylvanian who injured her husband's lover doesn't face state criminal charges—instead, she faces federal charges tied to an international arms-control treaty.

    As Criminal Laws Proliferate, More Are Ensnared

  • The question recently came before the Supreme Court in the case of Carol Bond, a Pennsylvania woman who is fighting a six-year prison sentence arising out of violating a 1998 federal chemical-weapons law tied to an international arms-control treaty.

    As Criminal Laws Proliferate, More Are Ensnared

  • Mr. Obama will press some of his own initiatives before the more Republican Congress convenes next year, hoping to ratify an arms-control treaty with Russia, allow gays to openly serve in the military and promote Fi rst Lady Michelle Obama's child-nutrition initiative.

    GOP Wins House in Huge Swing

  • Vladimir Putin's return to the Russian presidency next year will complicate the Obama administration's efforts to advance arms-control and trade agreements, adding to already deep suspicions among U.S. policy makers and lawmakers about the country's intentions and direction.

    Putin Return Complicates U.S. Policy

  • Yasmin Espinoza, who works on arms-control issues for Amnesty International Chile, said Mr. Cardoen "has a debt with humanity" for his past work as an arms maker.

    In Chile, a Shot at Atonement

  • Lawmakers in Congress are particularly leery of Mr. Putin and could complicate the Obama administration's efforts to pursue arms-control and trade agreements with Russia.

    Putin Return Complicates U.S. Policy

  • Greg Thielmann , a senior fellow at the Arms Control Association, a Washington think tank that promotes arms-control policies, said the changeover portends a shift in Russian style more than substance on these key policy issues.

    Putin Return Complicates U.S. Policy

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