Leaked a month before its actual release, the 2018 Nuclear Posture Review (NPR) initially unleashed a frenetic and somewhat nasty debate, especially on Twitter among nuclear policy geeks, wonks,
advocates, and gadflies. The sky was falling, or nothing had really changed—depending upon whom you
asked. An already polarized nuclear policy community found reasons to argue, and it did so vociferously.
And yet, in the months since the somewhat anti-climactic release of the “real” report, the NPR has been
enjoying a honeymoon of sorts.

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