Valerie Plame Wilson was an undercover operative in the CIA's counter-proliferation division. That line of work is also known as "spying," and in that...
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Obama's new nuclear security agenda has had to weather a brutal political environment. But one year after his historic speech in Prague, he has forged lined up his initiatives and and won congressional supporters.
The prize places this very new American president in the position of herculean expectations to fulfill his vision that the world might live together peaceably in a nuclear-free environment.
Rather than shaping a nuclear policy to prevent the 21st century threats of nuclear terrorism and new nuclear states, the Pentagon reviewers are defending Cold War architectures.
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