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Steven Pifer @steven_pifer
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#Biden and #Putin had what both sides described as substantive and efficient discussions in Geneva. Will they advance troubled #US-#Russia relations? We don't know; it all depends on how the sides follow up. Check back in 6 months. brookings.edu/blog/order-fro…

Andrey Baklitskiy @baklitskiy
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Presidents Putin and Biden in a joint statement reconfirmed the principle that a nuclear war can not be won and must not be fought. NST extension shows commitment to arms control. Will shortly start comprehensive dialogue on strategic stability kremlin.ru/supplement/5658 pic.twitter.com/F1LC5VCPv8

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As Pres. Putin and Biden start their meeting in Geneva check out or take with @SahilV_Shah in @RStatecraft on what this summit could mean for US-Russian arms control and what could be good & realistic deliverables responsiblestatecraft.org/2021/06/15/how… pic.twitter.com/xxql5OKc7m

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“As the two countries with more than 90% of the world’s nuclear weapons, the U.S. and Russia have a mutual obligation to manage & restrain their military competition & reduce the potential for a nuclear exchange.” Read Lynn Rusten's new paper here: bit.ly/3gak3tN pic.twitter.com/KgwJPdsJB2

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Presidents #Putin @KremlinRussia_E and @JoeBiden should … jointly state that “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought.” 6/6

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… invite the other nuclear weapon states to join such a dialogue and declare their readiness to brief non-nuclear weapon state parties to the nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (#NPT) on progress made 5/6