Obama administration fighting two-front battle on nuclear weapons policy
In April 2009, President Barack Obama laid out an ambitious vision in Prague about moving to a world without nuclear weapons. The speech won him friends among present and past heads of state and across the arms control community, and criticism from Republicans. But these days, the president's nuclear policy is under attack from all sides. Former officials say the administration wants to reduce the nuclear arsenal but is holding back on any new reductions because of potential for ...
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