| US Analysts Paints Grim Prospects of US-Russia Nuclear War, 18M Casualties Per Hour
Moscow has repeatedly cautioned the US against deploying short and medium-range missiles near Russia's borders in the wake of Washington's withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. American researchers at Princeton University have presented the results of their modelling of the most drastic scenario of a conflict between NATO forces and Russia with the use of nuclear weapons. In a video accompanying the research, called Plan A, the analysts show step by step how the two sides would arrive at almost complete mutual annihilation. In the opinion of the Princeton researchers, a conventional war would turn nuclear after the sides use tactical nuclear strikes in order to halt the advance of conventional forces. The next step would be a massive nuclear exchange, with Russian aviation practically annihilating Europe and nearby NATO bases, which in turn would fire retaliatory strikes against Russian launch sites. After this, according to the analysts, Russia and the