America Cannot Take On China And Russia Simultaneously

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October
4

In a previous article, “Russia and China are Already Winning the Nuclear Arms Race,” I discussed the dangers to U.S. national security from the breathtaking advances by China and Russia in expanding the size of their nuclear arsenals to a …

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Strategic Weapons: Last Chance For Minuteman

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October
2

Back in 2016 the U.S. Air Force concluded that over two decades of problems with the efficiency, and morale, of the personnel (“missileers “) who maintain and operate the 450 Minuteman ICBMs were unresolved but that modernizing the ancient missiles …

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Why is Biden doubling down on Trump’s nuclear expansion?

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October
2

President Biden has disappointed so far in fulfilling his campaign promise to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in U.S. national security policy. Most notably, his administration’s fiscal year 2022 budget fully funded every aspect of the Trump nuclear weapons …

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China’s nuclear weapons arsenal is growing fast

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October
2

After a summer of extraordinarily bad news on the exponential growth of China’s strategic nuclear forces, recent public statements by U.S. government officials indicate Beijing isn’t only building out its nuclear forces, but also diversifying it, by considering new, nontraditional …

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Kim Jong Un’s Speech Casts Doubt on Nuclear Diplomacy

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October
1

Analysts say prospects for future nuclear talks between the United States and North Korea are dimming because of Pyonyang’s unwillingness to engage in diplomacy with Washington and the Kim Jong Un regime’s demand for U.S. concessions. The experts’ assessment comes …

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