Nuclear Panel Packed With Defense Industry Interests

This article was co-published with the Guardian . Nine of the 12 members of a high-level congressional committee charged with advising on the U.S.’s nuclear weapons strategy have direct financial ties to contractors that would benefit from the report’s recommendations or are employed at think tanks that receive considerable funding from weapons manufacturers, the Guardian and Responsible Statecraft can reveal. While the Congressional Commission on the Strategic Posture of the United States (CCSPUS), Read More