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Russia Reportedly Conducting Low-Yield Nuclear Tests

U.S intelligence suspects that Russia is no longer adhering to an international treaty that prohibits nuclear weapons testing. The results of a U.S intelligence assessment released Wednesday constitute the first time that the U.S has accused Russia of not adhering to stipulations under the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, according to the Wall Street Journal. “The United States believes that ...

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Secretary Pompeo Tightens Nuclear Restrictions on Iran

The Trump administration continues to hold the Iranian regime accountable for activities that threaten the region’s stability and harm the Iranian people. This includes denying Iran any pathway to a nuclear weapon. As part of the administration’s unprecedented maximum pressure campaign to address the full range of Iran’s destructive activities, Secretary Pompeo has today tightened restrictions on the regime’s nuclear ...

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Nuclear Triad Important to America’s National Security

The United States’ strategic nuclear arsenal has been based on the nuclear triad system since the 1960s. The triad refers to the three categories of nuclear delivery vehicles: land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles, submarine-launched ballistic missiles and strategic aerial bombers. Why It’s Important The purpose of the nuclear triad is to reduce the possibility that an enemy could destroy all the ...

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‘You Will Listen To Us Now’: Putin Reveals New Nuclear Weapons As Arms Race Heats Up

  by Ryan Pickrell To the sound of thunderous applause, Russian President Vladimir Putin boasted Thursday that his country is bolstering its nuclear arsenal, arguing that Russia does not intend to lose the arms race with the West. “I would like to tell those who have been trying to escalate the arms race for the past 15 years, gain unilateral ...

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Trump approves billions in military hardware for South Korea

Trump on phone

The White House issued a statement Monday afternoon saying the President Donald Trump had approved several billions of dollars in military equipment and weapons to South Korea in a call with President Moon Jae-In. The approval was described as “conceptual” in the statement which muddies the meaning of the announcement but demonstrates solidarity with a crucial U.S. ally in the region. ...

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Netanyahu warns of a nuclear Iran

Benjamin Netanyahu Fox News Hannity

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a dire warning in a sit-down interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity. Netanyahu warned that if an Islamist terror state, such as Iran, were to gain access to nuclear weapons it would use those weapons to intimidate the world. “We cannot allow that to happen,” the prime minister said. President Trump Thursday expressed his ...

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North Korea Taunts U.S. With Medium Range Missile Launch .. and fails

North Korean missile Pukguksong-2

North Korea launched a mid-range ballistic missile on Wednesday but U.S. and South Korean military officials said that the test ended in failure. “This morning North Korea fired a missile from the airport in Wonsan, but we surmise it was a failure,” Seoul’s defense ministry said. “South Korea and the [United States] are aware of the missile launch and, to ...

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North Korea to Accelerate Development of Nuclear First-Strike Capability Against U.S.

Head Games - A.F. Branco political cartoon

North Korea’s increasingly suicidal leadership is reportedly accelerating development of a “pre-emptive first strike capability” after reports that the United States is considering increased sanctions and other countermeasures against the communist nation. While calling existing sanctions “heinous and inhumane,” North Korea’s ambassador to the United Nations Choe Myong Nam said that they “are not afraid of any action like that” and ...

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Weapon physicist declassifies rescued nuclear test films

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory nuclear weapons testing film

The U.S. conducted 210 atmospheric nuclear tests between 1945 and 1962, with multiple cameras capturing each event at around 2,400 frames per second. But in the decades since, around 10,000 of these films sat idle, scattered across the country in high-security vaults. Not only were they gathering dust, the film material itself was slowly decomposing, bringing the data they contained ...

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ISIS planning largest religious cleansing in history – with nukes

Nuclear Iran

With President Obama’s Iranian nuclear deal just recently complete, ISIS is planning a ‘nuclear tsunami’ against the west. Nuclear annihilation across the globe. This is what a German reporter who successfully embedded with the Islamic State says the terror group is planning. Jurgen Todenhofer released his findings in a book titled “Inside IS – Ten Days in the Islamic State,” ...

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Why America Was Right To Drop The Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima

70 years ago, a USAAF B-29 bomber dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Three days later, another bomber dropped a second bomb on Nagasaki. Five days thereafter, Japan surrendered unconditionally, thus bringing World War 2 – by far the bloodiest and most destructive conflict in world history – to an end. Since then, many leftists have harshly criticized the US ...

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Rebuttal of Ward Wilson’s Blatant Lies About Nukes

These days, the Left is desperately trying (just like during the Cold War) to delegitimize the US nuclear deterrent and thus to disarm the US unilaterally. To this end, they will not hesitate to invent any lie, even the most blatant and laughable one. Unfortunately, because most Americans know absolutely nothing about military matters, it is necessary to educate the ...

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The Nuclear Deal With Iran: A Preliminary Assessment

Iran cheats on nuclear deal

This morning, diplomats representing the US, the UK, France, Russia, China, and Germany concluded an agreement with Iran concerning that country’s illegal nuclear program. Those diplomats and their governments hail the deal as a historic achievement. Barack Obama will no doubt claim that this agreement will “permanently block” a pathway to nuclear weaponry for Iran. Such optimistic assessments are not ...

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