Russia, US appear ready for deal to extend nuclear pact - The Boston Globe Russia said Tuesday it’s ready to accept a US proposal to freeze the number of nuclear warheads and extend the two nations’ last arms control pact for one year and Washington responded that it’s prepared to make a quick deal. Russia ready to freeze total number of warheads for one year to extend nuclear pact with U.S.A warhead freeze was a condition demanded by the Trump administration last week. White House rejects Putin response to US arms control offerUS National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien urges Russians to rethink stance 'before a costly arms race ensues' White House rejects Putin response to U.S. arms control offerThe U.S. and Russia on Friday rejected each other's proposals for potentially salvaging the last remaining legal constraint on their strategic nuclear forc Trump's hunt for foreign policy wins hits Russian wallPresident Trump’s efforts to secure foreign policy wins heading into the presidential election have hit a wall in arms control talks with Russia. Putin proposes yearlong extension of nuclear pact with USMOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday made a strong call to save the last existing nuclear arms control pact between his country and the United States, proposing to extend it at... White House rejects Vladimir Putin’s response to US nuclear arms control proposalNational security adviser Robert O’Brien suggests Russians rethink their stance ‘before a costly arms race ensues’. W. House Calls Putin Proposal on Nuclear Treaty 'Non-Starter' - The Moscow TimesThe U.S. rejected Vladimir Putin's proposal to extend the New START nuclear treaty for one year unconditionally.