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15. To establish the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reagan negotiated with A. Gorbachev. B. Yeltsin. C. Brzezinski. D. Khomeini.
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User: 15. To establish the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reagan negotiated with A. Gorbachev. B. Yeltsin. C. Brzezinski. D. Khomeini.

Weegy: To establish the Intermediate Nuclear Forces Treaty, Reagan negotiated with Gorbachev.
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User: 16. Which of the following is true of President G. W. Bush? A. He rejected unilateralism. B. He vowed to punish all countries sponsoring terrorism. C. He reluctantly endorsed the Kyoto Protocol. D. He accepted the United States' role in the International Criminal Court.

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