Russia will surpass U.S. nuclear capabilities within two decades if trends continue. America’s strategic force is a cold-war relic, and while Washington’s weapons break down, Moscow is making bombers and missiles that are newer and deadlier.
Contrary to what Christopher Layne said in the last issue, the world is a long way away from seeing the end of U.S. primacy.
Chimps fight viciously, but bonobos make love, not war. Why are we more like one than the other?
The administration's plan to cut the nuclear stockpile invites disaster.
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