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– General John Shalikashvili
former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Kingston Reif

Defense Secretary Mark Esper Indicates There are no Immediate Plans to Nuke Afghanistan

News Source: 
Task and Purpose
News Date: 
August 28, 2019 -04:00

Nuclear Missile Replacement Program at a Crossroads

News Source: 
National Defense
News Date: 
August 23, 2019 -04:00

If Trump Ends Another Nuclear Treaty, it Will Be the Height of Folly

News Source: 
CNN
News Date: 
August 19, 2019 -04:00

Russia Accuses U.S. Of Stoking 'Military Tensions' With Cruise-Missile Test

News Source: 
Radio Free Europe
News Date: 
August 19, 2019 -04:00

Pentagon Tests First Medium-Range Cruise Missile After Pulling Out of INF Treaty with Russia

Nuclear-Powered Cruise Missiles Are a Terrible Idea. Russia’s Test Explosion Shows Why

Congressman Panetta Introduces Legislation to Improve U.S. Nuclear Security

News Source: 
Congressman Jimmy Panetta
News Date: 
August 13, 2019 -04:00

Intermediate-Range Missiles are the Wrong Weapons for Today's Security Challenges

News Source: 
War on the Rocks
News Date: 
August 13, 2019 -04:00

U.S.-Russian Nuclear Arms Control Watch, August 8, 2019

U.S. Withdraws from INF Treaty; Missile Tests to Begin This Month On Aug. 2, 2019, the United States formally withdrew from the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, prompting harsh reactions from Russia and China and concerns about the beginning of a new, more dangerous phase of global military competition. This treaty , signed in 1987, led to the elimination of 2,692 U.S. and Soviet Union nuclear and conventional ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with ranges between 500 and 5,500 kilometers. The United States accused Russia of violating the treaty by testing,...
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