Nuclear Weapons Blazing: Britain Enters the US-China Fray

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March
31

Boris Johnson’s March 16 speech before the British Parliament was reminiscent, at least in tone, to that of Chinese President Xi Jinping in October 2019, on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Republic of China. The comparison is …

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Nuclear threats have mounted while we looked away

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March
30

Earlier this month, The Week magazine ran a story with a rather ominous headline, “The forgotten nuclear threat.” It seems unreal that after decades fretting about the threat of “The Bomb” and the worries of world annihilation, much of mankind …

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North Korean missiles getting more agile, evasive

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March
28

In resuming its ballistic testing activity after a yearlong pause, North Korea has demonstrated a potentially nuclear-capable weapon that shows how it continues to expand its military capabilities amid a stalemate in diplomacy with the United States. The two short-range …

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Responding to Troubling Trends in Russia’s Nuclear Weapons Program

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March
27

Russia is arguably the country that is most actively developing new nuclear weapons and delivery systems. With at least six strategic projects unveiled in recent years, including a new intercontinental ballistic missile, three hypersonic vehicles, a nuclear-powered underwater drone, and …

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How Kim Jong Un Keeps Advancing His Nuclear Program

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March
24

Despite an unprecedented series of meetings between then-U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, negotiations over eliminating the latter’s nuclear arsenal have stalled. In the meantime, Kim has been busy making his nuclear arsenal bigger, deadlier …

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