In the aftermath of World War II, the U.S. found a new enemy—its recent Soviet ally—and a new kind of conflict was born.
The U.S. has a vested interest in avoiding a nuclear conflict, but unlike other countries, we have no policy against starting one.
We must never forget the terrible Nagasaki bombing, especially now that nuclear weapons far more powerful than the atomic bomb are commonplace.
As AI plays an increasing role in military affairs, human roles, even in nuclear decision-making, are likely to be progressively diminished.
The Russian president warns that if the U.S. walks out of a key arms treaty, Russia will do the same.
Facing a world in which there are now two forms of potential humanly induced annihilation --- the fast and slow ones --- I don’t simply want to dump them on my son.
A U.S. ambassador says a "maximum pressure campaign" to convince North Korea to denuclearize is being maintained even as Washington prepares a summit between the countries' leaders.