THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING
James Carroll

If poison gas can go, why not nukes?

By James Carroll
June 23, 2008

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NUCLEAR ABOLITION is for dreamers. That is the "realist" assessment of the ever-slowing movement to eliminate nuclear weapons from the planet. Despite treaty obligations to the contrary, US planners take for granted the permanent legitimacy of the nuclear arsenal, and, therefore, the necessity of enhancing it with next-generation weapons. This assumption undergirds the determination of other nations either to maintain ... (Full article: 723 words)

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