Senior Science Fellow Philip Coyle and Policy Analyst James McKeon’s op-ed in POLITICO

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It’s been called the most dangerous nuclear weapon in America’s arsenal. Not the biggest – that distinction goes to the 1.2-megaton B83 bomb – but a weapon whose precision makes it the most likely to be used in an actual war. It’s called the B61 gravity bomb, built to be dropped from an airplane, with a variable yield that can detonate with an explosive force of up to 11 times the force of the Hiroshima blast, or be dialed down to a tiny fraction of that size.

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