Everyone With Nukes, Except…

There is a school of thought in the nonproliferation/arms control/U.S. strategic policy debate that I think can be summed up this way:

In the future, the following international actors will pose credible nuclear threats: terrorists, poor countries, the other nuclear-weapon states, and at least some U.S. allies.

The United States, however, will not.

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