author writes that, when it comes to existential threats such as
nuclear weapons and climate change, the United States cannot afford the
kind of unforced errors that Donald Trump makes on a near-daily basis.
nations with WMD-tipped ballistic missiles, are steps available that
would reduce the missile threat (even if missile proliferation can’t be
stopped)? The answer is a qualified “yes.” Is it too late for missile nonproliferation? The third and final round in our debate opens.
Navy Lt. Lee Fadem was 24 years old when he sailed into Nagasaki as
part of US occupational forces, 6 weeks after a plutonium bomb was
dropped on the city. Now 95, Fadem shared with us photos he took of the
stricken city during his time there.
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