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Nuclear Friday: Just MAD About the Debate

Last week I promised a post on the legacy of the Strategic Defense Initiative. Well, after Monday night’s debate, that will have to be postponed. Nuclear Friday is not a series of blog posts about weapons. 1,352 more words

Brinkmanship and Irrationality: A New U.S. Strategy for North Korea?

North Korea conducted its fifth and, thus far, largest nuclear test this month. Outsiders know little about the DPRK’s capabilities. Yet, with each blast being larger than the next, the program appears increasingly successful. 1,374 more words

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Nuclear Weapons and the U.S. Strategic Triad

When the United States first developed nuclear weapons, no one anticipated that the country would need three ways to deliver them. But, since the 1960s, U.S. 392 more words


South Korea Reveals Its Plan To Assassinate Kim Jong-Un If North Korea Poses A Nuclear Threat

South Korean officials have announced that they have troops at the ready to carry out a Kim Jong-un assassination if the country feels North Korea poses a threat with its nuclear weapons. 236 more words

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Nuclear Friday: Star Wars wasn't quite MAD

On March 23, 1983 Ronald Reagan announced in a television address to the public that he intended to start a new program that would render nuclear weapons “impotent and obsolete”. 1,150 more words


Leading the Fight for 9/11 Truth

Preeminent 9/11 researcher Don Fox travels a most difficult road, battling a constant barrage from scoffers, deniers, haters, and worst of all disinfo merchants.  Even after many years of pursuing and uncovering the truth behind the destruction of the WTC, Fox still faces harsh critical bombardment.   542 more words


German pensioner claims to have found Nazi nuclear arsenal

70-year-old German pensioner Peter Lohr claims to have found a long-lost set of nuclear bombs purportedly developed by Nazi scientists late in the Second World War. 246 more words