In a new article for Arms Control Today, Dr Katarzyna Kubiak analyses European perspectives on the impending U.S. withdrawal from the INF Treaty.
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Despite the fact that no legal mechanism can block the US decision, there is still a window of opportunity to save the INF treaty.
Former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush, Franklin C, Miller, argues that European states should be mindful of Russian threats and activities and should direct their concerns to Moscow, not to the United States.
European political, diplomatic and military leadership figures appeal to the US and Russia to find a constructive resolution to the INF crisis.
An increasingly autonomous Europe means the two sides will inevitably face more disagreements. But it is also the opportunity for a more mature transatlantic relationship.
If handled well, US withdrawal from the INF Treaty can open up opportunities for better and more modern arms control arrangements.