A few years ago, a world without nuclear weapons was only an aspiration. Now it has become a widely accepted goal of international policy.
In this issue of Peace Policy, three nuclear policy experts explain why we must, we can, and we should work toward a world without nuclear weapons:
- David Cortright addresses the security dimensions of nuclear reduction and abolition. (We must.)
- Former UK Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett lays out policy steps for strengthening the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty. (We can.)
- Catholic ethicist Gerard F. Powers considers the moral and ethical implications of nuclear disarmament. (We should.)
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Contact: David Cortright, (574) 514-8536, firstname.lastname@example.org