Carl Levin, the Chairman of the Armed Services Committee of the US Senate, intends to bring in a bill to the US Congress in early 2002 to ban funding of the national missile system tests that violate the Russia-US Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty. According to the senator, the ban must be valid until the Congress takes a vote on the issue. In Levin's opinion, the United States' one-sided withdrawal from the ABM Treaty will trigger a chain reaction by forcing the sides to create more and more technologies, both offensive and defensive, including anti-missile countermeasures. This "arms race won't make us more protected," stressed the senator.
A nuclear-powered submarine of the British Navy surfaced in the ice of the Arctic for the first time in many years
President Putin never speaks about the things that do not exist, nor does he do the things that he can not do. Yet, some believe that Russian weapons are a fake