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Topic - James Risch
"Under this treaty, the U.S. allows limits on missile defense and conventional prompt global strike, while accepting weakened verification measures. It is unclear what concessions were made by Russia," Mr. Risch said.
"They don't need me telling them what to do," said Sen. James Risch, a former governor. "This is their decision and I'm not going to state my preference. I'm not going to get involved."