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Topic - Robert Joseph
However, some critics of the treaty, such as former Undersecretary of State for Arms Control Robert Joseph, have said it does not provide complete freedom in monitoring Russia's nuclear activities, as its advocates have said.
"I believe the Senate can play a very constructive role by ensuring that there is no room for ambiguity, through amendment or other means," Mr. Joseph said at a hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.