Wednesday, 23 October , 2019

First nuclear strike

US nukes in Europe & low strike threshold are direct violations...

25 Apr, 2018 Washington has failed to live up to its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Russia's Foreign Ministry concluded, citing the US nuclear...

How America Could Accidentally Push Russia into a Nuclear War

By Jeffrey Edmonds February 6, 2018 The Trump administration’s Nuclear Posture Review calls for expanding nuclear options to include low-yield nuclear weapons. While there may be...

Nuclear Doctrine: US Will No Longer Restrain Its Atomic Capability

07.02.2018 Washington's Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) 2018 is a double-edged doctrine, as it seeks to prevent North Korea from assertive actions, but could at the...

America’s National Defense Is Really Offense

By Philip M. GIRALDI 26.01.2018 On Friday, the Pentagon released an unclassified summary of the 2018 National Defense Strategy report. On the same day, Secretary of Defense...

Does the United States Have a Future?

By Gilbert Doctorow Editor’s note: Gilbert Doctorow is a historian, political analyst and expert in Russian affairs going back to 1965. A graduate of Harvard...

America is considering Nuclear War

America had first Contemplated Nuclear War against both China and North Korea in 1950 By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, October 16, 2017 In 1950, Chinese volunteer...

Ridiculous and Dangerous – Fallon threatens Corbyn with nukes to get...

UK risks being ‘wiped off the map with nuclear counterstrike’ – Russian senator The UK, which recently said it could launch a preemptive nuclear strike...

Did the US Plan a First Nuclear Strike?

I quickly read the article and was stunned. The central document was a Top Secret/Eyes Only summary memo of a July 1961 National Security Council meeting written by Howard Burris, the military aide to then-Vice President Lyndon Johnson, which was afterward deposited in the Johnson Archives and eventually declassified. The discussion focused on the effectiveness of a planned nuclear first strike, suggesting that 1963 would be the optimal date since America’s relative advantage in intercontinental nuclear missiles would be greatest at that point.