Pictures of "the football", name given to mobile nuclear command codes
Adam Lowther and Carey Eichorst write: As the nation moves forward to the sunset of President Obama’s term in office, the disarmament community is focused on shifting the President’s nuclear legacy from one of support to the nation's nuclear enterprise to one that leaves the United States in an extremely vulnerable position—unable to either deter adversaries or assure allies. Simply put, nuclear weapons are an integral tool in the President’s arsenal and one he has rightfully maintained. – Real Clear Defense
Matthew Kroenig writes: The challenges posed by a multipolar nuclear Asia are severe, but not insurmountable. In the past, the United States has managed to understand, adapt to, and thrive in equally challenging security environments. By following the above steps, there is reason to believe that addressing the challenges of a multipolar nuclear Asia will be no different. – Defense One
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