Democrats, as expected, praise the administration’s Nuclear Posture Review, and even most Republicans recognize a need to shift attention toward nonproliferation and counterterrorism (see p. 24). But conservatives worry that Obama may not be as committed to supporting the U.S. nuclear weapons complex as much as they would have it. And they question the wisdom of the U.S. declaring it will not use nuclear forces in certain situations; previous policy was deliberately ambiguous. “There could ...

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