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was anything but on tuesday president vladimir putin said russia's beefing up its nuclear arsenal adding more than forty new intercontinental ballistic missiles this year prompting a backlash from leaders around the world nader's chief accusing moscow inflaming tensions under this sir nuclear as saber rattling off %HESITATION russia is sir unjustified nhtsa , uh destabilizing on its and dangerous wouldn't made his announcement it day after russian officials denounced the u. s. plan station tanks and heavy weapons in nato member states on russia's border calling it the most aggressive act by washington since the cold war nobody wants to see a step backwards nobody wants to i think , i go back to a kind of cold war status , it could well be , uh posturing with respect to negotiations because of their concerns about , military moves being made by nato itself tensions have flared anew between russian western powers over moscow's role in the ukraine crisis which pro russian separatist forces have seized a large part of the country's east , after russia annexed crimea from ukraine in early two thousand fourteen