The story examines U.S. policy on nuclear weapons after the Cold War. While the arms race is supposed to be over, this article shows that the government is still developing new nuclear weapons and still has missiles trained on Russian targets. The piece details government expenditures on weapon research and development, and questions assumptions commonly made in post Cold War America.
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