Nuclear defense experts called for a bipartisan effort to revitalize the U.S. ballistic missile programs at this year’s nuclear posture review in a report discussed at the Center for Strategic and International Studies on Tuesday.
The report, “A New Nuclear Review for a New Age,” reassessed the United States’s relation with its primary nuclear adversaries—China, North Korea, and Russia—and urged lawmakers to increase defense spending on ballistic missile development and testing.
Former senator Jon Kyl (R., Ariz.) said the new administration should invest in the modernization of nuclear defense programs to deter other nations from posing a nuclear threat to the country. …read more
Source: The Washington Free Beacon