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Friday, March 6, 2015

​The fiscal threat to nuclear strategy

Adam Mount writes that President Obama "must decide whether he leaves his successor an unstable nuclear force or one that is fiscally sustainable and strategically prudent." 
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This is Adam's first column for the Bulletin, and it's excellent. I hope you find it of interest.
Best regards,
Janice
​The fiscal threat to nuclear strategy:​
 
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http://ow.ly/K19uG

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

“I am afraid this is all a fantasy, that what we’re going to end up with is nowhere near what we requested.” - News Article


The "extend and pretend" routine of patching things up with rubber-bands and paperclips has worked so well for the last decade, I'm sure we can do it for a few more years.

Anonymous said...

No one in Congress cares about the state of the US nuclear arsenal anymore.

Go back to sleep. They'll be sure to wake you up if things change in a decade or two.

Anonymous said...

No one in Congress cares about the state of the US nuclear arsenal anymore.

Go back to sleep. They'll be sure to wake you up if things change in a decade or two.

March 8, 2015 at 9:52 PM

It doesn't matter if Congress cares. What matters is that someone in the Pentagon cares. When (not if) a rogue nuke explodes in a major city in Europe, and forensic evidence points to Pakistan or North Korea, all of a sudden everyone will care and the SECDEF better have answers.

Anonymous said...

What matters is that someone in the Pentagon cares. When (not if) a rogue nuke explodes in a major city in Europe, and forensic evidence points to Pakistan or North Korea, all of a sudden everyone will care and the SECDEF better have answers.

March 10, 2015 at 10:02 AM


And that is just one reason why the NWC should be moved under DoD.

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