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Published on Nov 9, 2009
The last round of negotiations between the U.S. and Russia are set to begin over nuclear arms reduction. Recent attempts such as STARTs (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty) II and III have fizzled. And SORT (Strategic Offensive Reductions Treaty), brought about during the Bush Administration, has been considered as ineffectual. But will the new talks be more effective in limiting nuclear weapons and bring about a new agreement to the countries as START I is set to expire in early December?