INF Treaty: A Wise Withdrawal by Ed Feulner


To hear some critics describe it, the U.S. withdrawal from the INF Treaty is a disaster in the making.

“Dangerous, destabilizing and potentially counterproductive,” in the words of John McLaughlin, deputy CIA director from 2000 to 2004. Pulling out will “cause new tensions with European allies,” The New York Times opines. Adds the Stimson Center’s Michael Krepon in Forbes: “A new arms competition now beckons.”

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Withdraw From The INF Treaty: No Reason to Worry By Ed Feulner


If you’d been at the Mark Hellinger Theater in New York on February 18, 1987, you’d have heard the head of Compaq introduce the company’s latest personal computer.

The Compaq Portable III started at $5,000, weighed 18 pounds, had very little memory and computing power, and came with no battery.

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