The U.S. is planning to build a nuclear armed cruise missile, but at what cost?
With implementation day for the Iran nuclear agreement around the corner, implicit nuclear threats from Russia, an expensive nuclear weapons modernization program in the U.S., striking revelations of attempted nuclear smuggling, and threats of weapons testing from North Korea, nuclear weapons policy is receiving more attention during debates on U.S. foreign policy.
Experts from the Council for a Livable World and the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation are available to comment on the Iran Terror Finance Transparency Act, on which the House of Representatives will vote tomorrow.
By Sarah Tully Click here to read this listicle in its entirety on BuzzFeed. This plane costs more than twice the number of people on the planet. And it doesn’t really work. The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter is on pace to be the world’s most expensive weapons system ever. It was designed to be the plane […]