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An Outmoded Deterrence Strategy

BRANDON J. WEICHERT | AMERICAN GREATNESS

Former Marine Corps General James Mattis is one of the best secretaries of defense the country has ever had. But even he might not have a firm enough grasp on the current threat environment that the United States faces. 917 more words

Articles

Russia deploys nuclear capable missile system in Kaliningrad: reports

The Kremlin has stressed it has the sovereign right to deploy missiles on its own territory after reports Russia deployed the Iskander nuclear capable missile system in Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea. 522 more words

Real Estate

'Doomsday Clock' ticked forward 30 seconds to 2 minutes to midnight

Guardian: The risk to global civilisation is as high today as it has ever been in the face of twin threats, nuclear weapons and climate change, a group of leading scientists has announced, putting a significant share of the blame on the  180 more words

The Muslim Times

Saying It Feels Like The Big Hand Is Mocking Him, Trump Demands A Digital Doomsday Clock

In a first for the Bulletin Of Atomic Scientists, the agency has been forced to issue a digital, bedside, version of the common wall-mounted clock that has, up until now, been used to depict how terrifyingly close humanity is to being tweeted into a thin, red, mist. 171 more words

Satire

Pope Francis Warns About Danger Of Nuclear War: ‘We Are At The Very Limit’

Source: Huffington Post

I am really afraid of this. One accident is enough to precipitate things,” said Pope Francis.

BY Philip Pullella

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The Muslim Times

Ballistic Missile threat for #Hawaii was a false alarm! [details]

Hawaii emergency officials say an alert of a ballistic missile threat is a false alarm. The alert caused a panic when it went to people’s cellphones Saturday morning but, shortly after, authorities said it was a mistake. 139 more words

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North Korea says it will not discuss nuclear arms in talks with South — The Crusader Journal

By Christine Kim and Hyonhee Shin SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea said on Tuesday it would not discuss its nuclear weapons in coming talks with Seoul because they were aimed only at the United States, not its “brethren” in South Korea.

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