Does the United States Need a Civilian Nuclear Industry?

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The National Interest—Patrick Roberts, Ariel Ahram Security, Americas Instead of a greater financial cushion, what the nuclear industry needs is more transparent exposure to market signals. The U.S. nuclear industry is on life support. Two nuclear reactors currently under construction have been canceled. Westinghouse, once at the vanguard of American technology, filed for bankruptcy in 2017 and is now owned by a Canadian firm. These troubles have affected the human capital—technicians, engineers, and other...

In July 1950, North Korea Defeated the United States Army. What You Need To Know.. Michael Peck Security, Asia Could it happen again? If the only lessons of Task Force Smith was that inexperienced soldiers with poor training and equipment do poorly on the battlefield, or that a nation shouldn’t let its army lapse into decay, these would be mere clichés In July 1950, North Korea defeated the United States Army. (This first appeared several years ago.) This wasn’t supposed to happen. In the summer of 1950, America was still savoring the glow of absolute victory in World War...