>> And we've seen in the recent past some statements where it's from Russian officials in the public domain talking about threats to use nuclear weapons. There is a published doctrine that the Russian government has put forward. In addition to some of these statements, of course, we've also seen exercises involving some of these capabilities.
>> There are definitely some increased threats. Russia has increased its reliance on nuclear weapons and its capabilities and it's, as we've pointed out, it's building a large and diverse nuclear arsenal. That said, we do not want to consider Russia an adversary. We also have an issue with Russia in terms of treaty compliance.
Russia has violated treaties and agreements. We seek to discuss that and with an ongoing conversation about it.