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NUCLEAR WEAPONS

From the column: "The dangers of nuclear accidents are more likely than the threat of a war. There have been numerous mishaps, accidents, technology failures, communication breakdowns, and near accidental launches of nuclear weapons."
From the column: "(It) unleashed Iran’s nuclear program rather than containing it. This policy failure should not politically bind the Biden administration — it should give the president more ammunition to end a dangerous standoff and re-enter the nuclear agreement."
From the column: "If we sign the deal currently under consideration, we would fill the Iranian regime’s coffers and unleash its terror battalions in exchange for empty assurances on nuclear weapons that the Iranians will never honor. We know Iran won’t honor this nuclear deal because it didn’t honor it last time."
The tests show the North is committed to making technical progress on its weapons programs, analysts say. But North Korea's state media has been unusually silent.

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