When the Soviet Union broke up, it left nuclear weapons on the territory of several new countries – as well as unratified disarmament treaties. Avoiding nuclear proliferation and complying with international agreements have been thorny problems for the successor states by SCOTT PARRISH THE COLD WAR HAS ENDED, BUT its instruments are still with us. […]

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