Moscow backs out of Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), months after it suspended the ‘New START’ treaty, blames America for deterioration of global security

MOSCOW, RUSSIA - MOSCOW, 7 (RUSSIA OUT) Russian military missiles roll during the main rehearsals of the military parade at Red Square, in front of the Kremlin, on May 7, 2019 in Moscow, Russia. A traditional parade to honour the Victory Day, or the 74th anniversary of the end of WWII is planned on May, 9. (Photo by Mikhail Svetlov/Getty Images)

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Important Takeaways:

  • Russia Says Risk of Nuclear, Chemical, Biological War Increasing, Blames America
  • The United States’ foreign policy is wrecking global security, bankrupting Europe, and risks the outbreak of nuclear war, Russia said in a series of finger-pointing statements while failing to address its own role in the same
  • Russian Security Council Nikolai Patrushev said the deterioration of global security is the “natural consequence [of]… irresponsible” U.S. foreign policy. Referring to Israel, the Russian politician accused America of exacerbating conflicts and more broadly accused the United States of “stimulating the growth of common threats and challenges, including terrorism, drug trafficking, and transnational organized crime”.
  • Patrushev went on to say, per Russia’s state news service that: “The risk of using nuclear, chemical and biological weapons is increasing.” The U.S. bears special culpability in the risk of biological threats, he said, because America has been engaged in “dangerous biological experiments” in Ukraine.
  • Putin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who confirmed the rant was an official statement of the Kremlin.
  • Russia’s remarks on Wednesday amount to a degree of saber-rattling and finger pointing, but come just days after Russia withdrew from the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), and months after it suspended the ‘New START’ (reduction of strategic offensive arms) treaty. The United States decried the latest move as an irresponsible “significant step in the wrong direction” which sets back confidence in international arms control.

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