Archive for July, 2013

Ronald Reagan timeline at Eureka College nearly complete

Ronald Reagan timeline at Eureka College nearly complete

Ronald Reagan had little to lose when he took to the lectern in Eureka College’s chapel Nov. 27, 1929, and denounced the administration for cutting courses...

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A Failure to Intercept

A Failure to Intercept

After 30 years of research and an estimated $250 billion investment, the Pentagon’s defense program against intercontinental ballistic missiles from adversaries...

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Ending Nuclear Testing: Waiting for the US Senate to Take the Lead <p style='font size:14px'>By James Kearney</p>

Ending Nuclear Testing: Waiting for the US Senate to Take the Lead

By James Kearney

The United States is at its best when it is leading by example. When it became the first country to sign the Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty in 1996, ratification...

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Letting Go of Our Nukes <p style='font size:14px'>By Lawrence M. Krauss</p>

Letting Go of Our Nukes

By Lawrence M. Krauss

TEMPE, Ariz. — PRESIDENT OBAMA recently called on Russia to join with the United States in negotiating a mutual reduction in strategic nuclear warheads that would...

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Why Countries Build Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century <p style='font size:14px'>By Zachary Keck</p>

Why Countries Build Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century

By Zachary Keck

Throughout the nuclear era, the conventional wisdom has been that one state’s nuclear acquisition has driven its adversaries to follow suit. As former Secretary...

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Next US-Russia Arms Talks Could Involve Short-Range Nuclear Weapons

Next US-Russia Arms Talks Could Involve Short-Range Nuclear Weapons

President Barack Obama has made reducing nuclear weapons worldwide a priority of his administration. The New START treaty limits to 1,550 deployed long-range nuclear...

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