Nuclear Dangers and Challenges to a New Nuclear Policy

Krieger, David
January 2008
Peace & Conflict Monitor;Jan2008, p7
Academic Journal
This article examines the need, threat and nature of nuclear weapons. The author reviews the many ways that proliferation of nuclear weapons continues to threaten international peace. He advocates a new nuclear policy that will move the world away from the nuclear energy for any purpose. He says that Europe could play an important role in the effort to achieve a nuclear weapons free world by demanding that U.S. nuclear weapons be removed from Europe.


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