One might think, if one were designing a facility to produce thermonuclear weapons of mass destruction, that the first design consideration would be security. One would be wrong—if one were working for the US National Nuclear Security Administration designing the Uranium Processing Facility for the Y12 Nuclear Weapons Complex in Oak Ridge, TN, that is.
The United States of America, first among nuclear weapons states, was also first in line to sign the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty in 1969. The Treaty was ratified by the US Congress and entered into force in March, 1970. Article 6 of the Nonproliferation Treaty commits the United States to “pursue negotiations in good faith [...]
R. Jeffrey Smith of the Center for Public Integrity provided a first peek at the long-awaited internal review of the US nuclear weapons stockpile by the Obama Administration. According to the report, a proposed classified directive prepared for the President’s signature outlines reductions of strategic warheads approaching 1,000 warheads and contemplates negotiations with Russia to [...]Continue Reading
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plant at Y12.
Three months later, still no answers.
It’s one thing for the National Nuclear Security Administration to stonewall the public and the media when we ask questions—we’ve gotten used to it. But surely the NNSA has to answer to someone. That someone (since Tennessee’s Congressional delegation shrugs off questions about public safety and fiscal responsibility) is the [...]