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America’s Nukes Aren’t Safe in Turkey Anymore

America’s Nukes Aren’t Safe in Turkey Anymore

America’s nukes aren't safe in Turkey anymore, but is there anywhere else in Europe that would take them? Read Jeffrey Lewis's astute analysis of the emerging situation of U.S. nuclear weapons stationed in Turkey during a military coup.

Rossiyskaya Gazeta Talks With William Perry about US-Russia Relations

Rossiyskaya Gazeta Talks With William Perry about US-Russia Relations

The recent NATO summit in Warsaw was the last for U.S. President Barack Obama. His first term in the White House began with a “reset” in relations with Russia and intentions to reduce the American military presence abroad. Now, NATO is expected to announce the expansion of its forces in Eastern Europe near the Russian border. Former U.S. secretary of defense William J. Perry, who was the head of the Pentagon from 1994-1997, talks to Rossiyskaya Gazeta about the U.S., Russia, and NATO.