Russian President Vladimir Putin’s dramatic unveiling of a phalanx of new ballistic, cruise and hypersonic missiles may be alarming, but it is confirmation of what U.S. government and military officials have long known—that the U.S. lead in these areas is eroding. But in the face of the nuclear weapons of unlimited range touted by Putin in his March 1 state of the nation address, U.S. leaders firmly believe the way it has deterred attacks since the dawn of the nuclear ...


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