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NATO Holds Classified Meeting to Discuss US Pull-Out From Nuclear Treaty

U.S. officials recently held a closed-door meeting at NATO headquarters to brief European alliance members on President Trump’s intent to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reuters reported Friday. NATO diplomats present at the recent classified proceedings in Brussels revealed that European envoys sought to prevent the U.S. from leaving the INF.

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US, IAEA Set to Renew Nuclear Cooperation Deal

The U.S. is set to renew its nuclear trade agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency for an additional 40 years, pending congressional approval within the next 90 days. Washington has been a signatory to the 55-year-old pact since its creation in 1959, binding the country to provide support for …

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