David Sanger, NYT War Promoter, still at it as Biden agrees to START
David Sanger, perennial national security correspondent for the New York Times, never fails to promote the merchants of death in all things concerning war. Although nowadays he cowers behind the addition of co-authors to his articles, his pro-war position is ever clear.
Compare and contrast his take on the START treaty with Reuters' coverage, and on Open Skies, where even the Washington Post admits the U.S. wrecked it.
David E. Sanger and Julian E. Barnes
January 21, 2021
Biden Orders Sweeping Assessment of Russian Hacking, Even While Renewing Nuclear Treaty
There will be no “reset” of the American relationship with Moscow, administration officials say. But in an era of constant confrontation in cyberspace, the president seeks to avoid a nuclear arms race.
JANUARY 21, 2021
Biden seeks five-year extension of New START arms treaty with Russia
By Reuters Staff
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden will seek a five-year extension to the New START arms control treaty with Russia, the White House said on Thursday, in one of the first major foreign policy decisions of the new administration ahead of the treaty’s expiration in early February.
Russia to Exit Open Skies Treaty, Escalating Military Rivalry With U.S.
Anton Troianovski & David E. Sanger
The New York Times January 16, 2021
Washington withdrew from the treaty, which lets countries make reconnaissance flights over each other’s territory, last year. Moscow’s move could signal difficulties for the Biden administration.
Russia plans withdrawal from Open Skies treaty allowing surveillance flights after U.S. pullout
By Isabelle Khurshudyan
Jan. 15, 2021
MOSCOW — Russia is preparing to withdraw from the Open Skies Treaty, the international pact allowing observation flights over military facilities, in response to the U.S. pullout in November, a Russian Foreign Ministry statement said Friday.