Cold War Frost Grips Nuclear Arms Debate

Credit: U.S. Navy
The end of the Cold War led to an extraordinary reduction in city-destroying nuclear weaponry, with both Russia and the U.S. reducing their respective stockpiles by more than 80% compared to the highs of the mid-1960s and ’80s. As of Feb. 5, the two sides are at their lowest levels since the...

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