Workers look at a computer screen at France's Center for Scientific and Technical Study of Aquitaine, which is dedicated to the design of nuclear weapons. Talk of Europe developing an independent nuclear weapons force is in the air amid doubts about the credibility of U.S. security guarantees.
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Talk of Europe developing an independent military force is in the air amid doubts about the credibility of U.S. security guarantees. This time, the conversation has revolved around the prospect of a "Eurodeterrent" -- a nuclear weapons force that falls under the auspices of the European Union and allegedly operates independently of NATO. ...
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