By Stephen I. Schwartz, September 1, 2005
A government program for improving the reliability of America’s nuclear stockpile is being transformed into an initiative to churn out a new generation of nuclear weapons. And nobody is even bothering to ask why they’re necessary.
Read more: Warheads aren’t Forever
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 61 Issue 5
Stephen I. Schwartz is a nonresident senior fellow at the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists and an independent consultant. He previously served as editor of The Nonproliferation...
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