Last week, the Nobel Committee announced that the winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize for Peace will be given to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
The Washington Post reported that DPRK diplomats at the UN have been reaching out to Republican strategists “in an apparent attempt to make sense of President Trump and his confusing messages to Kim Jong Un’s regime.”
Kim knows such a launch and test would likely be a bridge too far for Trump, if not the rest of the world. So all the heated talk in the past week may have just cooled things off for a while.
Iran will continue to be a destabilizing influence in the Middle East, and the west ought not to tolerate that now any more than we did before Iran began pursuing a nuclear weapon.
Kim Jong-un, as much as we like to call him “crazy,” surely knows there is no scenario where he uses a nuclear weapon, successfully or not, that does not end with the utter destruction of his country.
Since 2016, some scholars in the mainstream media have been warning of the New Cold War. That term may not fit today’s reality.
Strategic Mission Systems was awarded a $73.1 million contract for national and nuclear communications support for the E-4B fleet.
The field of technical writing means a lot more than grinding out dry documents. It is a dynamic career with history-making potential.
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