Learning the Right Lessons From Nagasaki

Seventy-five years ago today, the United States dropped an atomic bomb on Nagasaki, three days after dropping one on Hiroshima. No nuclear weapon has been used by any nation in war since. The task now is to work to ensure no nation uses them in war again. Our past success should not lead us to…

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Put US Post-INF Missiles into Production

This article was co-authored by Prof. Rebeccah Heinrichs. The U.S. has waited too long to mimic Chinese intermediate-range weapons. Recent tests of U.S. missiles once banned by the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty are a welcome step. They provide an essential response to Russia’s violations of the now-defunct INF. They help regain an advantage ceded to the People’s Republic…

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