Mutual assured destruction

Questioning "mutual assured destruction," Charles Kupperman called nuclear conflict "in large part a physics problem."
Donald Trump's early Christmas present to the world was a right-up-to-the Twitterbrink 140 character policy tweet: "The United
The only question is whether we'll learn from history, as Americans just barely did in the 1960s, or suffer the fate of the Soviet Union, which ignored the science until it was bankrupt and powerless to use its weapons.
Today we face a danger no smaller than a nuclear exchange in the form of greenhouse gases that help produce climate change.
Senator Clinton's remark made it clear to Iran's mullahs -- who really control that country -- that destroying Israel by