The U.S. must re-engage with Russia to ensure the ultimate weapon doesn’t spread and is never used.

Opinion: Andrew Marshall: What If There Were A Nuclear Iran?

Foreign Policy Strategist Andrew Marshall died on March 26 at age 97. He received the George P. Shultz Award for Distinguished Service in 2015. Image: Master Sgt. Adrian Cadiz/U.S. Air Force

By George P. Shultz, William J. Perry and Sam NunnApril 10, 2019 6:54 p.m. ET

The U.S., its allies and Russia are caught in a dangerous policy paralysis that could lead—most likely by mistake or miscalculation—to a military confrontation and potentially the use of nuclear weapons for the first time in nearly 74 years. A bold policy shift is needed to support a strategic re-engagement with Russia and walk back from this perilous precipice. 

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