Joined: Dec 31, 2004 - 05:40 AM
Location: Moscow, Russian Federation
So I can't wait and I don't think I'm the only one. I have one question, though. The US agreed not to invade Cuba as part of the solution to the Cuban Missile Crisis. We made that agreement with the USSR, a country which no longer exists. If Fidel kicks the bucket and the US decides to help out with troops, how would this be construed. My basis for the question is the ABM treaty which the US recently pulled out of. We made that agreement with the USSR also, but we still honored it. Any opinions?
Russian Federation is a full juridical successor of the USSR so all the treaties between USA and USSR were automatically turned into US-Russia treaties. That's it.