No, Ukraine Was Not Wrong to Give Up Its Nukes March 15, 2022

Sunflowers under a blue sky Matt Bivens, MD, PSR Board Member | Common Dreams

U.S. and Russian nuclear weapons remain on hair-trigger alert—poised for launch within minutes. As an emergency medicine physician, I have more time to make critical decisions about one heart attack than the 12 to 30 minutes the Pentagon sets aside for the U.S. president to decide whether to give all of human civilization a thumbs down.

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