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At War: America's Relationship With Land Mines and Cluster Munitions

At War is a newsletter about the experiences and costs of war with stories from Times reporters and outside voices. Part of my job at At War is to keep an eye on developments and trends in the arms industry that may influence how wars are fought not long from …

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At War: The U.S. Army Is Trying to Develop New Land Mines — Ones That Don’t Harm Civilians

In the early 1990s, the end of the Cold War gave rise to a global movement to rid former war zones of land mines, which were littered across at least 68 countries. President Bill Clinton became the first world leader to call for their elimination on a global scale, but …

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At War: With North Korean Threats Looming, the Army Pursues Controversial Weapons

After the Pentagon scuttled a longstanding pledge to destroy its existing cluster-munitions stockpile, the Army is moving ahead with renewed vigor to acquire at least three new foreign-made versions of the weapons for its artillery. Late last year, the Trump administration canceled a Defense Department policy that limited the military’s …

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