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Nuclear War Could Devastate U.S., Even if No One Shoots Back
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Nuclear War Could Devastate U.S., Even if No One Shoots Back
March 13, 2020

Washington could only safely use a fraction of its arsenal without killing Americans with an unintended adverse series of cascading environmental effects, writes Joshua M. Pearce. Joshua M. PEARCE The White House’s 2021 budget calls for $28.9 billion for the […]

The Myth of Moderate Nuclear War
March 3, 2020

Washington analysts should remember that any nuclear would be a global catastrophe, because there’s no way, no means whatever, of limiting escalation.

The Myth of Moderate Nuclear War
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Europe’s Nuclear Weapons and the Arms Reduction Treaty
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Europe’s Nuclear Weapons and the Arms Reduction Treaty
February 18, 2020

No matter what opinions may be held of Washington’s policies under the erratic Trump, these will always have influence in Europe’s capitals.

US Deploys ‘Mini-Nukes’ in Deplorable Threat to World Peace
February 7, 2020

The world is moving towards more insecurity and risk of catastrophic war. And the fault of that damnable dynamic lies entirely with Washington.

US Deploys ‘Mini-Nukes’ in Deplorable Threat to World Peace
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Things are Getting Harder for the US’s Global Military
Things are Getting Harder for the US’s Global Military
January 23, 2020

Humanity survived the first Nuclear Arms Race but who is to say we will make it through a second round?

The End of U.S. Military Dominance: Unintended Consequences Forge a Multipolar World Order
January 20, 2020

The more aggressive the U.S. becomes, the more it reveals its tactical, operational and strategic limits, which in turn only serves to accelerate its loss of hegemony.

The End of U.S. Military Dominance: Unintended Consequences Forge a Multipolar World Order
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Atoms for Peace vs. Atoms for War: The Only Fix for Iran-U.S. Relations
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Atoms for Peace vs. Atoms for War: The Only Fix for Iran-U.S. Relations
January 12, 2020

Under the guiding win-win framework of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Iran and the world has been given a master key to permanently throw off the threat of nuclear annihilation, Matthew Ehret writes.

As North Korea Shows, Trump Is a Terrible Negotiator
December 27, 2019

Trump brings to mind Samuel Johnson’s comment: “Men who cannot deceive others are often very successful at deceiving themselves.” Maybe he blustered his way into a few good deals during his time in private business. But when it comes to high-stakes negotiations with foreign adversaries, he’s a lamb among wolves.

As North Korea Shows, Trump Is a Terrible Negotiator
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