For the first time in half a century, the U.S. and Russia will not be bound to a key bilateral arms treaty. The dangers are manifold.
In a new decree, the president says his country will not comply "until the U.S. ends it violations of the treaty or until it terminates."
In his latest state-of-the-union address, the Russian president says he's willing to deploy weapons that could put Americans in harm's way.
Vladimir Putin says his country will leave the INF Treaty, but deploy intermediate-range nuclear missiles only if Washington does so.
The Russian president warns that if the U.S. walks out of a key arms treaty, Russia will do the same.
The revisionism never stops. The blood never dries. The invader is pitied and purged of guilt while "searching for meaning in a terrible tragedy."