Sunday, 27 November , 2022

Nuclear Strategy

China Reaffirms ‘No First Use’ Nuclear Weapons Policy at UN

China and India are the only two nuclear-armed countries that have no first use policies Posted on October 19, 2022 Categories China reaffirmed this week...

In 1983 We Came Closer to Nuclear War Than We Knew:...

by Patrick Mazza September 20, 2022 At the brink without knowing it It was a time of heightened tension between the United States and the Soviet Union,...

China’s ‘Sputnik moment’ missile test confounds US

Nov 22, 2021 The hypersonic weapon test thought to have been conducted by China in July reportedly showcased a physics-defying technological leap, the Financial Times...

Irrationalism and Trump’s nuclear policy

Abstract of a report by Dimitris Konstantakopoulos to an international conference on NAM, organized by the Paris I Sorbonne and Havres Universities, on 20-22.2.2021 War,...

Democrats reintroduce bill to block US from using nuclear weapons first

By Rebecca Kheel Apr. 15, 2021 A pair of leading Democrats in the House and Senate reintroduced a bill Thursday to make it U.S. policy not...

US admiral warns of ‘real possibility’ of nuclear war with Russia,...

By Yaron Steinbuch February 3, 2021 The admiral who heads the US Strategic Command — which is responsible for nuclear deterrence — is calling on the...

‘Putin’s proposal a non-starter’: White House rejects Russian call to extend...

16 Oct, 2020 Washington has refused President Vladimir Putin's offer to extend New START, the last remaining arms control treaty between the US and Russia,...

The START Treaty and the Chinese Debate on Nukes

In a world gone mad, China must build MORE NUKES to make disarmament possible By Scott Ritter 12 May, 2020 As the US threatens to withdraw from...

Macron calls for coordinated EU nuclear defence strategy – with France...

By Julie Gaubert 10/02/2020 Addressing military officers in Paris on Friday, French President Emmanuel Macron called for a more coordinated European Union defence strategy, with...

The low-yield nuclear warhead: A dangerous weapon based on bad strategic...

By Andrew Facini, January 28, 2020 In the unintuitive world of nuclear weapons strategy, it’s often difficult to identify which decisions can serve to decrease...