April 23, 2012

Reduce Global Nuclear Weapons

Kissinger & Scowcroft, Washington Post

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Regardless of the ultimate future of nuclear weapons, the overarching goal of contemporary U.S. nuclear policy must be to ensure that nuclear weapons are never used.

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TAGGED: United States, Russia, Nuclear Weapons

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