Congratulations! After having preached the same for years, and hardly seeing any impact besides murmured off-the-record agreements, it is good to finally see a renowned journal stating it is “not so easy” (AW&ST Oct. 22, p. 52) to build a credible nuclear force that has to be based on reliable missiles and warheads. As long as a country lacks even one of those, its threat potential is low. And if a country lacks both, there is no real threat. Simple analysis shows this is true not only ...
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