Tag: Russia

Do Nukes Matter: To Nuke or Not to Nuke?

Foreign Affairs, published by the Council on Foreign Relations, asks the question. Do nuclear weapons matter? Strategic Demands replies: Does oblivion matter? Foreign Affairs speaks of nuclear weapons as if they can be rationally used. They are purchased, deployed, and discussed on separate tracks from the rest of the foreign policy agenda, and they are […]

Increased CO2 Equals “Carbon Enrichment”, Lush Vegetation, Commerce

The head of the US Congressional House Science, Space and Technology com’t traveled to Greenland and came back with a whopper of a story — Americans should be happy with climate change and global warming of the planet. His ‘side of the story’ needs to be told he pleads in an op-ed pub’d by the […]

‘Satan’ Sarmat

Via RT — Russia has unveiled the first image of its new thermonuclear missile system, RS-28 Sarmat, nicknamed “Satan-2” by NATO. The MIRV’d Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missiles, designed to be fitted with hypersonic warheads, are expected to go into production as early as 2018. Tags: Calculus of War; Cold War 2.0; Nuclear Proliferation; Hypersonic Arms Race