By Robert Rosner, Lynn Eden, January 2, 2019
A missile launch. Credit: US Air Force via Wikimedia Commons.
Clearly, the United States could invest less in what is broadly called “nuclear modernization” and still maintain a reliable nuclear arsenal.
Read more: Rebuilding an aging nuclear weapons complex: What should the United States do, and not do? An overview
Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 75 Issue 1 Keywords: ASC, Advanced Simulation and Computing, LEP, SSP, Stockpile Stewardship Program, life extension program, nuclear modernization Topics: Analysis, Nuclear Risk, Nuclear Weapons
Rosner is the William E. Wrather Distinguished Service Professor in the Departments of Astronomy & Astrophysics and Physics, and the Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the Univ...
Eden is a member of the Bulletin's Science and Security Board and a senior research scholar and associate director for research at Stanford University’s Center for Inte...
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