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What's a No First Use (NFU) Nuclear Policy and would adopting one make the United States safer?
Physicist David Wright discusses the nuclear weapons policies and scenarios that threaten our safety, and how to mitigate those risks.
The president of the United States has the authority to order the use of nuclear weapons without consulting anyone else. The existing system is dangerous.
A No First Use policy contributes to global stability, reduces risk of other countries using nuclear weapons against the US and makes it less likely they'll be used period.
Polling results suggest that presidential candidates should be talking about nuclear weapons issues on the campaign trail.
The current nuclear launch policy gives the President of the United States sole authority to launch nuclear weapons within 10 minutes of learning of a possible nuclear attack.
Our current policy puts the decision to launch our nuclear weapons in the hands of a single person.
What is the plan for the 2020 presidential candidates to keep Americans safe from nuclear war and what will they do about the current nuclear policies?
Dr. Dick Garwin discusses advocacy and his work developing the hydrogen bomb, GPS, and touch screens.
Planned upgrades to the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense system will impact the world’s strategic nuclear balance.
The International Summer Symposium on Science and World Affairs encourages the development of young security analysts, researchers, and policy makers.