Iran seeks tech in Sweden for nuclear weapons – Swedish intel. report

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April
30

Sweden’s Security Service disclosed in its 2020 intelligence report that the Islamic Republic of Iran seeks Swedish technology for its nuclear weapons program, The Jerusalem Post can reveal. Iran, China and Russia are Sweden’s biggest security threats, according to the …

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Pentagon May Spend $17.7 Billion To Deploy Just 21 Nuke-Killing Missiles

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April
29

On Tuesday, multiple outlets reported an estimate by the office of Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE) that plans to deploy 21 nuclear-missile-destroying interceptors would cost a stunning $17.7 billion. Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman are developing competing designs for …

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Nuclear deterrence for China needs upgrade

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April
29

The American strategy for deterring nuclear war is outdated and needs to be revised to address more likely scenarios, such as nuclear conflict growing out of a conventional war with China or Russia, according to Paul Bracken, a political science …

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Are we heading for nuclear war?

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April
28

Last week on Tuesday, US Strategic Command, the part of the military responsible for nuclear weaponry and its use, posted an official Tweet which read, “We must account for the possibility of conflict leading to conditions which could very rapidly …

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Report to Congress on Hypersonic Weapons

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April
28

The United States has actively pursued the development of hypersonic weapons—maneuvering weapons that fly at speeds of at least Mach 5—as a part of its conventional prompt global strike program since the early 2000s. In recent years, the United States …

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Yes, Russia Is a Threat to the United States

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April
26

Russia, it seems, is always on the lookout for the next favorable opportunity, and that opportunistic mindset poses a very real threat to the United States. Russia’s purpose in interfering in U.S. elections is not to change the outcome, but …

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Alex Wellerstein pulls back the curtain on nuclear secrecy

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April
26

Historian Alex Wellerstein has thought about nuclear secrecy for a long time. He began writing his book, Restricted Data: The History of Nuclear Secrecy in the United States, when George W. Bush was president. He continued writing through the Obama …

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US-China Cold War Could Lead to a More Dangerous Nuclear Stand-off

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April
26

Despite the negotiation of the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW), we are confronted by the increasing dangers of great power war, even nuclear war. Instead of making necessary investments to ensure public health, reverse climate change and …

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The Real Reason for China’s Rising Military Threat

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April
24

On January 12, 2019, the Defense Intelligence Agency released an annual report highlighting the radical reorganization of China’s People’s Liberation Army to become faster-responding, more flexible and more lethal than ever before. The PLA was formed in 1927 as a …

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