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President Obama moved a step closer to a major foreign policy victory Tuesday as the Senate cleared the way for ratifying the START nuclear treaty with Russia. Gwen Ifill gets the details from Naftali Bendavid of The Wall Street Journal.
In a flurry of debate and negotiation Monday, the Senate moved toward action on the New START nuclear arms reduction treaty with Russia. Gwen Ifill discusses the next steps with Rich Lowry, editor of the National Review, and Cynthia Tucker…
The Senate formally opened debate Thursday over whether to ratify the New START nuclear arms treaty with Russia. Judy Woodruff gets an update on what's at stake and the behind-the-scenes maneuvering from political editor David Chalian.
After months of haggling, the Senate is now considering one of President Obama's top foreign policy priorities for the lame-duck Congress -- the New START treaty that he signed with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to limit both countries' nuclear arsenals,…
In the day's other top headlines, the Senate decided to consider the START nuclear treaty and at least 28 people were killed after a boat loaded with 70 refugees capsized off an Australian island.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks analyze the week's top headlines including the realities of dealing with the federal deficit and earmarks, debate over passing the New START treaty and how Obama shouldn't come back…
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged the Senate to vote on the U.S.-Russia nuclear treaty called New START in the lame-duck session. But the Obama administration is getting push-back from some senators who say a vote now would be a…
Margaret Warner looks into the U.S. political battle over whether to ratify a new nuclear arms control treaty with Russia. She talks to two experts in such negotiations: Richard Burt, chief U.S. negotiator during the START talks in 1991, and…
By Larisa Epatko
President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev inked a new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty Thursday in Prague. We asked experts for their views on the latest nuclear deal's significance.
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