Stephen Cheney

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CEO of the American Security Project, which is a nonpartisan think-tank in Washington that advocates for nuclear security; USMC Retired Brigadier General

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The Cold War is over, and even the commander of America’s nuclear forces says an atomic attack by Russia is “hardly worth discussing.”

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