Category: Nuclear Weapons

Doomsday Machine

Updated: January 1, 2018 The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner. A look back at Dan Ellsberg… 1969/70/71 in Los Angeles… memories of Rand Institute and the McNamara’s “project”… Vietnam’s reality he shared with your editor and revealed to a nation at war. Now, again, he shares an all-too-real story, one of nuclear […]


Nuclear Debate on First Use

In the US Congress survival is being debated. Nuclear weapon use, first use, is up for debate for the first time in over 40 years. A point of view brought forward by StratDem before the presidential election and more actively since July 2016 is now world news. Now is the time to change first-use policy […]


Corker’s Next Step?

Today we wake to the US President touting his own IQ, having been called a “moron” by the US Secretary of State, and complaining via Tweets that US Senator Bob Corker (R-TN) gave a recorded interview to the NY Times, as the Senator and his staff previously acknowledged, questioning the President’s mental fitness


Status of the Nuclear Ban Negotiations

For many years the editor of Strategic Demands has continued an association with the Los Alamos Study Group. Their team of scientists and public/civil representatives continues to address critical issues involving US nuclear weapons development. Currently at the UN, the LASG reports on the historic “Convention to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons”


Trump’s Nuclear Options

Movement toward a new Cold War is a legacy of the Obama administration with a trillion-dollar US nuclear weapons modernization underway. The nuclear weapons world that the Trump administration will be inheriting and determining is this week’s scan, as the new Commander-in-Chief daily shakes his fist and threatens perceived enemies via his Twitter feed

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