Schell, Jonathan
August 2008
YES! Magazine;Summer2008, Issue 46, p35
The article discusses the possession of nuclear arms that provokes proliferation. Reductions of nuclear powers by Great Britain and the United States might pay for establishment and practice of inspections. It is said that when nuclear weapon holdings reached zero, nuclear weapons states and non-nuclear weapons states will manage and control nuclear weapon technology. It is cited that the U.S. is the owner of the biggest nuclear arsenal, and that it must take the initiative to lead the world in establishing a nuclear-free zone. It is suggested that a reckoned force by human species will save itsel from destruction caused by nuclear powers.


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