Should the 50 nuclear weapons based at Incirlik, Turkey be removed ASAP since 70 miles from Syria?
“From a security point of view, it’s a roll of the dice to continue to have approximately 50 of America’s nuclear weapons stationed at Incirlik Air Base in Turkey, just 70 miles from the Syrian border,” said report co-author Laicie Heeley, a fellow with the Budgeting for Foreign Affairs and Defense program at the Stimson Center. “These weapons have zero utility on the European battlefield and today are more of a liability than asset to our NATO allies.”
Recently Extended - who authorized to extend this threat to ourselves. ISIS is already the best equipped NGO,( US Iraq weapons left behind)
by Ralph Deeds 6 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 intolerable and something must be done to prevent it from happening. A timely and...
by pjk_artist 5 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 rhamson 8 years ago
With Irans new revelations that they have a secret site for the nuclear capabilities is this the latest step in the path to a nuclear war?
by Mike Russo 12 months ago
What did America do to make North Korea hate us?
by Harvey Stelman 8 years ago
Who among you is willing to admit they did not believe Iran wanted nuclear weapons? Talk the talk, now walk the walk!
by Zubair Ahmed 6 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 bio-warfare-related work. What other purpose does this serve but to kill people?The US and...
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