North Korea May Be Preparing For A 'Different Type' Of Nuclear Test

World | Ryan Pickrell
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un watches a performance given with splendor at the People's Theatre on Wednesday to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State Merited Chorus in this photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang on February 23, 2017. KCNA/via REUTERS

Heightened activity around test site

Pulling The Strings On North Korea's Puppeteers

Opinion | Blaine Winship

The Trump administration must push China to stop underwriting North Korea’s nuclear program.

Nuclear Proliferation And The Dangers Of A Nuclear Armenia

Opinion | Justin Amler

Russia does not seem concerned about the moral implications of selling advanced weaponry to Armenia.

The North Korean Problem Is Now A Threat That Cannot Be Ignored

Opinion | Michael McGrady
A woman walks past a television broadcasting a news report on North Korea firing ballistic missiles, at a railway station in Seoul, South Korea, March 6, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

The time for action is now before too little is done too late.

Nuclear Weapons: Trust But Modernize

Opinion | Peter Huessy

The nuclear deterrent works, and it saves lives and it’s a bargain.

Can The US Even Test Nukes Anymore?

World | Saagar Enjeti

‘More out of practice and out of resources’

Trump Should Think Before Reacting

Opinion | Daniel DePetris
WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 13: (AFP OUT) U.S. President Donald Trump (R) during a meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada (not pictured) in the Oval Office at the White House on February 13, 2017 in Washington, D.C. This is the first time the two leaders are meeting at the White House. (Photo by Kevin Dietsch-Pool/Getty Images)

Thinking four steps ahead is as presidential as exhibiting strength.

Trump's Offer To Reduce Nuclear Forces: Betrayal Or Brilliant?

Opinion | Rod D. Martin
An Ohio-class nuclear submarine. The oldest Ohio submarine will be decommissioned in 2027 (Photo:Mass Communication Spc. 1st Class James Kimber/U.S. Navy/Handout via Reuters)

Trump will bargain away nuclear forces we don’t need in exchange for conventional strength.

Why Does The Energy Department Control The Nuclear Arsenal?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Saagar Enjeti

Civilian control of the military

The New Disarmament Agenda

Opinion | Peter Huessy
Russian servicemen equip an Iskander tactical missile system at the Army-2015 international military-technical forum in Kubinka, outside Moscow, Russia, in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Russia will create three new military divisions on its Western flank in 2016 and bring five new strategic nuclear missile regiments into service, Sergei Shoigu, the country's defence minister, was quoted as saying by news agencies on January 12, 2016. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin/Files

Reducing our nuclear capabilities would magnify the role of nuclear weapons in the strategy of our adversaries

Peace And Restraint Through Arms Racing

| Peter Huessy
An unarmed Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile launches during an operational test from Vandenberg Air Force Base, California at 11:01 p.m. On February 25, 2016. The unarmed Minuteman III missile blasted off from a silo at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California late on Thursday, headed toward a target area near Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands of the South Pacific. REUTERS/Kyla Gifford/U.S. Air Force Photo/Handout via Reuters

The US has delayed or stopped any nuclear modernization effort. Is this a good thing?

A Nuclear-Armed South Korea?

Opinion | Peter Huessy
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un guides on the spot the underwater test-fire of strategic submarine ballistic missile in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang on April 24, 2016. KCNA/via REUTERS

North Korea could be a very real missile threat, but some are advocating a pullout of U.S. pullout from its Southern counterpart.

Scarborough: Trump Asked Three Times During National Security Briefing About Using Nukes

Elections | Steve Guest

‘If we have them, why can’t we use them?’

More Than Numbers: Nuclear Weapons Reductions And The Strategy Of Diversity

Opinion | Peter Huessy
Russian servicemen equip an Iskander tactical missile system at the Army-2015 international military-technical forum in Kubinka, outside Moscow, Russia, in this June 17, 2015 file photo. Russia will create three new military divisions on its Western flank in 2016 and bring five new strategic nuclear missile regiments into service, Sergei Shoigu, the country's defence minister, was quoted as saying by news agencies on January 12, 2016. REUTERS/Sergei Karpukhin/Files

When looked at in total, the U.S. deterrent force has many multiple strengths but also weaknesses.

Why It's Not The Time To Pull Back On Nuclear Weapons

Opinion | Peter Huessy

The Cold War was won through strength and deterrence

How The Nuclear Arms Control Lobby Actually Killed Arms Control

Opinion | Peter Huessy
Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks during his meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama at the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, March 31, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

What future U.S. Senate is going to approve a treaty where the USA ends up behind the nuclear 8-ball?

If Kidnapping Sailors Won't Change The Administration's Course With Iran, What Will?

Opinion | Charles Hoskinson
An undated picture released by Iran's Revolutionary Guards website shows American sailors sitting in a unknown place in Iran. REUTERS/sepahnews.ir/TIMA/Handout via Reuters

Why Iran’s boat seizure matters

North Korea Clearly Saw 'Iran Gaming The System,' Expert Says

World | Russ Read
North Korean soldiers stand guard at the beginning of the parade celebrating the 70th anniversary of the founding of Workers' Party of Korea in Pyongyang October 10, 2015. Isolated North Korea marked the 70th anniversary of its ruling Workers' Party on Saturday with a massive military parade overseen by leader Kim Jong Un, who said his country was ready to fight any war waged by the United States. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

‘North Korea has played the U.S. time and time again’

North Korea Says It Just Sucessfully Tested A Hydrogen Bomb

World | Scott Greer

‘This H-bomb test brings us to a higher level of nuclear power’