Nuclear weapons didn’t disappear with the end of the Cold War, and, with Russia’s new aggressiveness, Elbridge Colby looks at the balance. As he points out, there are many reasons that Russia and the US should be talking again about that balance and how to make the world safer from nuclear war. Photo of Russian missiles on parade in 2015 from BBC.
Prospects for US-Russian Nonproliferation Cooperation. Longish read in extended-outline form. Covers all the major points.
It’s unfair to blame authors for headlines, so I’ll blame an editor at Foreign Affairs: Hardly any of what this headline promises appears in the article, which is mostly speculation.
For fun now, but real once upon a time: America’s secret plan to invade Canada!