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We May Be at a Greater Risk of Nuclear Catastrophe Than During the Cold War
* The decision by President Clinton to abrogate a 1990 agreement with the Soviet Union not to push NATO further east after the reunification of Germany or to recruit former members of the defunct Warsaw Pact.* The 1999 US-NATO intervention in the Yugoslav civil war and the forcible dismemberment of Serbia.* Bush’s unilateral withdrawal from the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty and the decision by Obama to deploy anti-missile systems in Romania and Poland, as well as Japan and South Korea.* The current decision to spend $1 trillion upgrading US nuclear weapons, including building bombs with smaller yields that blurs the line between conventional and nuclear weapons.