A Global Picture of Industrial Interdependencies Between Civil and Military Nuclear Infrastructures Andy Stirling and Phil Johnstone.
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The risk of nuclear sabotage or theft of America’s nuclear weapons material is rising due to declining political stability and increased partisan rancor under the Trump administration, according to a new report by a respected scientific policy and advocacy group. The report from the nonprofit Nuclear Threat Initiative in Washington specifically cites the administration’s failure to appoint experts to key national security jobs as a factor in the rising level of risk. The report says the risk level in the United States has increased on a par with that of Belgium, Poland, and Taiwan. Political stability and effective governance have suffered in the Us.
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