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