America’s Allies Are Becoming a Nuclear-Proliferation Threat

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March
25

Some of the United States’ oldest allies are considering the once-unthinkable: building their own nuclear weapons. As the Trump administration scrambles traditional foreign-policy practice, experts warn that some of America’s longest allies are increasingly considering what would previously have been …

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Sandia initiatives to protect US energy grid and nuclear weapons systems

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March
24

To deter attempts to disable U.S. electrical utilities and to defend U.S. nuclear weapon systems from evolving technological threats, Sandia National Laboratories has begun two multiyear initiatives to strengthen U.S. responses. One is focused on defending large U.S. electrical utility …

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North Korea’s strategic goal on nuclear weapons hasn’t changed

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March
20

At the February 2003 second Plenary Session in Beijing of the Six Party Talks with North Korea, and the United States’ first private bilateral meeting with the North Korean delegation, Vice Foreign Minister Kim Gye Kwan, the delegation’s leader, and …

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China’s Nuclear Arms Are a Riddle Wrapped in a Mystery

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March
18

China, whose nuclear warheads number only in the low hundreds, may not seem a natural fit for negotiations with the United States (6,185 total warheads, of which 1,750 are deployed) and Russia (6,490 total, 1,600 deployed). Indeed, China has previously …

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How a small nuclear war would transform the entire planet

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March
18

It all starts in 2025, as tensions between India and Pakistan escalate over the contested region of Kashmir. When a terrorist attacks a site in India, that country sends tanks rolling across the border with Pakistan. As a show of …

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