By Kelly Jordan, War Room: “Traditional deterrence is transparent, certain, and rational. … The new approach to deterrence … embraces the chaos.
By Bradley A. Thayer, RealClearDefense: “While Chinese nuclear doctrine remains deliberately opaque—which is, in itself, worrisome and a threat to strategic stability—Russian doctrine and statements from officials have emphasized the need to maintain their nuclear arsenal and evinced a willingness to use nuclear weapons in a conflict.”
By Joe Gould, Defense News: “House Democrats are fighting on multiple fronts to block the Trump administration from developing a new tactical nuclear weapon, and the debate threatens to turn into a partisan fight on the House floor.”
Rep. Wittman Pushing Surface Warfare Community Reforms
By Sam LaGrone, USNI News: “In the debate about how many and what type of weapons the United States should maintain, failure to understand and correctly adjust U.S. strategy to the real causes of war can have catastrophic effects.”
By Matthew R. Costlow, RealClearDefense: “In the debate about how many and what type of weapons the United States should maintain, failure to understand and correctly adjust U.S. strategy to the real causes of war can have catastrophic effects.”
By Kris Osborn, Warrior Maven: “The Pentagon has completed initial draft plans for several emerging low-yield sea-launched nuclear weapons intended to deter potential attackers and add new precision strike options to those currently possible with the existing arsenal.