For over sixty years, the United States has maintained a large and costly nuclear arsenal, composed of heavy bombers, submarine-launched missiles, and intercontinental missiles. Perhaps it's time for a change.
The Sustainable Partnership with Russia Group, or SuPR Group, today launched a report with recommendations for the U.S. and Russia to continue working toward reductions in their nuclear stockpiles and to tackle top security challenges, including nuclear proliferation.
Fukushima reminds us that nuclear technology is inherently dangerous, whether in a reactor or in a bomb. There are 443 nuclear reactors in operation around the world; there are 22,000 weapons. The reactors have some justification; the bombs have none. Like a doomsday machine that no one has ye