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Free Content Review Essay: Perkovich and Acton, Abolishing Nuclear Weapons

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George Perkovich and James Acton have performed a service by forthrightly laying out the general conditions and steps that would need to precede nuclear abolition. Much of the discussion on whether and how to ‘get to zero’ avoids this kind of practical road-mapping, instead preferring to dwell on the dire necessity of the effort or on recommendations for early moves in that direction. ...

Document Type: Special Article

Publication date: 2009-02-01

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