Deployment of low-yield nuclear weapons lowers the threshold for war February 14, 2020

Bruce Amundson, MD, and Joseph Berkson, MD, Washington PSR | The Seattle Times

Current tensions with Iran, and President Donald Trump’s impulsive decision-making in a very volatile environment, create an increased risk of actual use of nuclear weapons that should be sobering to all Americans. The U.S. Defense Department confirmed on Feb. 5 that the Navy has deployed a low-yield, submarine-launched ballistic missile warhead. Bill Arkin and Hans Kristensen of the Federation of American Scientists first disclosed the deployment a week before that.

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