What happens to the nuclear weapons when the military no longer controls the government?
The only way to get real cooperation is by helping Pakistan move from being a military state to being a normal country, and yet unanswered is the obvious question...
They say the get destroyed, but I do not believe that. I really do not think they get rid of them, but they use (if they can) the firing mechanism and basically recycle most of the weapon. Then again, our government here in America loves to waste.
It is a good question! Do they rot outside at the reach of whoever will pass by? Or as fantasy movies would like us to believe will terrorists take control of them to attack us or sell them to an "enemy"?
by Ralph Deeds6 years ago
How serious and immediate is a nuclear threat from Iran? What should we do about it? Some of the same hawks who helped talk us into invading Iraq are coming out of the woodwork and saying that a nuclear Iran is...
by pjk_artist5 years ago
Why does one country claim the right to possess nuclear weapons and then say another does not?Does the world trust the USA more than Iran? Why? Are not both countries tyrannies?
by Tim Mitchell13 months ago
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by Zubair Ahmed6 years ago
Professor Francis Boyle, the person who drafted the Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989 enacted by the US Congress, said that in 2001-2004, the US Federal Government spent $14.5 billion for civilian...
by Mike Russo9 months ago
What did America do to make North Korea hate us?
by Jack Lee11 months ago
It is a delemma for me. As a conservative and one who does not like wars unless absolutely necessary, I am just not sure what we can do in this case.You have a dictator who is treated as a god by his own people, almost...
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