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"Truth be told, they are saying that they will soon produce it themselves," Russian President Vladimir Putin said of his offer to sell the U.S. hypersonic weapons, asking "Why waste money when we already have spent some?"
Javad Zarif hit out at the U.S., claiming Iran has only built a potent military because America is arming its rivals.
Senator Bob Menendez said he was "disappointed, but not surprised, that the Trump administration has failed once again to prioritize our long-term national security interests or stand up for human rights."
"You know I love those short sleeves, such beautiful arms," said Trump. "Great definition."
President Donald Trump was set to leave the Arms Trade Treaty, but the U.S. has reportedly acted above international law for years in murky weapons sales around the world.
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Suddenly, Cold War nuclear threats the treaty had long defused are coming back.
Trump is tearing up an actually functioning treaty that has reduced the threat of global nuclear war. His record on North Korea does not bode well for whatever he is hoping to put in its place.
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The U.S.-built BGM-71 TOW saw more action in Syria than any other anti-tank guided missile. Now these weapons could be turned on their country of origin.
A comprehensive government report has warned the U.S. will face a host of cutting-edge weapons in coming years.
As the U.S. threatened to end the INF treaty, Russia's top diplomat said the White House was "preparing the grounds to destroy" the New START as well.
In order to avoid inadvertently arming militants, EU legislators said states should "refuse similar transfer...notably to the U.S. and Saudi Arabia."
The outrage over Khashoggi's murder is commendable, but it is deeply inconsistent with arms sales policies.
The former Russian leader's New York Times op-ed explains why he believes the Trump administration's approach to international arms agreements is dangerous.
A widespread boycott by global policymakers and corporate giants failed to disrupt Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's mood at the Financial Investment Initiative.
The $110 billion figure cited by President Donald Trump describing U.S. weapons sales to Saudi Arabia was described as "fake news."
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that "President Trump repeatedly humiliates the Saudis" and apparently offered to join forces with the kingdom.
The Israeli prime minister is in Moscow to discuss ties with Russia and celebrate the defeat of Nazi Germany.
Speaking at a military showcase, President Rouhani blamed "invading powers" for shoring up presence around Iran.
The RS-28 Sarmat could be seen taking flight as both the Russian and U.S. leaders discussed an "arms race."