Unformatted text preview: nd Syria”, Global Research, 6/24, http://www.globalresearch.ca/obamapreparestowageoffensivefirststrikestrategicnuclearwarfareagainstrussiachinairan
¶ Since “nuclear deterrence” is not now and has never been the Obama administration’s nuclear weapons policy from the getgo, then by default this means that offensive firststrike strategic nuclear war fighting is now and has always been the Obama administration’s nuclear weapons policy. This policy will also be pursued ¶ and augmented by means of “integrated nonnuclear strike options.” (Ibid). ¶ Therefore the entire 2013 NPR and Obama’s recent nuclear arms “reduction” proposals must be understood within this context of the United States pursuing an offensive, strategic firststrike nuclear warfighting capability as augmented by nonnuclear strike forces: “After a comprehensive ¶ review of our nuclear forces, the President has determined that we can ensure the security of the United States and our Allies and partners and maintai...
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