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How Trump could spin a nuclear strike

Could Trump follow the formula President Truman used on Hiroshima?
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The case for using military force against North Korea

Opinion: There is a brief window of perhaps one year in which allies have “good” military options to permanently eliminate North Korea’s nuclear arsenal
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Hawaii’s false missile alert was a wake-up call for a complacent world

Opinion: It was a reminder that a nuclear war is possible, and a reason to educate ourselves about how to survive an attack
FILE PHOTO: North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un watches a military drill marking the 85th anniversary of the establishment of the Korean People’s Army

How one Donald Trump tweet could end the world

Scott Gilmore: Are humans that stupid that a social media post could send missiles flying? Well, we’ve gone to war over a bucket (twice), bird droppings and stray dogs.
FILE PHOTO: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un reacts during the long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-12 (Mars-12) test launch

Why North Korea doesn’t really want a war

Opinion: Pyongyang’s confrontational rhetoric may be motivated by economics more than anything else
A 150-megaton thermonuclear explosion at Bikini Atoll on Mar. 1, 1954. Courtesy UNO. (Photo by Ann Ronan Pictures/Print Collector/Getty Images)

Q & A: Garrett Graff on Trump, nukes and emergency planning

The U.S. government has an intricate plan to survive a nuclear war. In the Trump era, the blueprint might need an update
A 150-megaton thermonuclear explosion at Bikini Atoll on Mar. 1, 1954. Courtesy UNO. (Photo by Ann Ronan Pictures/Print Collector/Getty Images)

Why we need to start worrying and fear the bomb

Opinion: As North Korea and America ratchet up tensions, there are Cold War echoes—a fear that must be harnessed to deter every kind of war
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Is war between America and China inevitable?

The rise of the Asian tiger has created a dangerous dynamic, argues renowned U.S. defence expert Graham Allison
U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump speaks at a campaign event at The Palladium at the Center for Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana

Could Trump launch nuclear war?

If elected president, yes. The U.S. commander in chief has complete and total control over America’s 1,538 nuclear warheads.
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UBC students heckle prime minister

Pearson speech from 1965 shows how much the issues facing higher education have changed and how much they’ve stayed the same