The only true way to win a nuclear war is not to fight it. Most people are aware that, in the event nuclear deterrence fails, the ensuing nuclear war, whether controlled or […]
There are rising concerns that the Ukraine crisis could lead to nuclear war between the U.S. and Russia. Marine Gen. James Cartwright, whose last job was Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs […]
Historian Ward Wilson pokes holes in the mythology of nuclear weapons. Long awaited by many of us in the arms control and disarmament communities, historian Ward Wilson’s book, Five Myths About Nuclear […]
The annals of national security are replete with retired generals expressing second thoughts about how militarized the United States has become.
Between House and Senate Republicans, and those gung-ho for defense and those for cost-cutting, Republicans are diverging on nuclear weapons.
Nuclear watchdogs take to the courtroom to halt the manufacture of a new facility to build the part that makes nuclear weapons explode.
Earthquake concerns not only also exist for U.S. nuclear energy plants, but for nuclear-weapons facilities too. Imagine if a plant that produces a nuclear weapon’s pit, in which the chain reaction occurs, were rocked by an earthquake?
Imagine disarmament and nonproliferation talks in which states with more nuclear weapons make other states pay a price for having fewer.
Seismic concerns grow over U.S. nuclear labs.
The threat of the dirty bomb is overshadowed by that of terrorists acquiring a nuclear weapons. A dirty bomb bears no resemblance whatsoever to a sex bomb.