Slow going

November 1993
U.S. News & World Report;11/8/93, Vol. 115 Issue 18, p22
Discusses the slow progress that is taking place in the former Soviet Union's disarmament process. Belarus only state to keep a 1992 promise to ratify the START I and Nuclear Nonproliferation treaties and begin transferring all nuclear warheads to Russia for destruction; Amount of money Ukraine wants for dismantlement; Kazakhstan already ratified START I and expected to ratify the NPT by the end of 1993.


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