Peter Brookes

former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense

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Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Affairs (Bush, Sr. Administration); Senior Fellow at the Heritage Foundation

Peter Brookes on KCRW

The  START Treaty  was negotiated by George W. Bush to allow the US to monitor Russia's missile development, but it expired last December.

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George Bush is en route to this week's  G8 Summit  in Germany.

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