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What the U.S. Withdrawal from 1988 Nuclear Forces Treaty Means for Arms Control; BBC Witness: The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty; El Salvador’s Young Heartthrob Candidate Upsets Presidential Elections

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Presidential frontrunner Nayib Bukele, of the Grand National Alliance for Unity or GANA,speaks during an interview, in San Salvador, El Salvador, Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019. The young entrepreneur has his sights set on combating corruption and promises to create an anti-corruption commission similar to its Central American neighbors.

Presidential frontrunner Nayib Bukele, of the Grand National Alliance for Unity or GANA,speaks during an interview, in San Salvador, El Salvador, Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2019. The young entrepreneur has his sights set on combating corruption and promises to create an anti-corruption commission similar to its Central American neighbors.

Moises Castillo

On today's episode: 

  • The U.S. withdraws from 1988 Nuclear Forces Treaty
  • BBC Witness takes us inside the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
  • Nayib Bukele wins El Salvador's presidential election

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