"The Spread Of Nuclear Weapons" by Scott Sagan and Kenneth Waltz Analytical Essay by The Research Group

"The Spread Of Nuclear Weapons" by Scott Sagan and Kenneth Waltz
A critical review of this collection of opposing views on the need for nuclear weapons.
# 14005 | 1,350 words | 1 source | 1999 | US
Published on Feb 04, 2003 in International Relations (Arms Control) , English (Analysis)


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"The debate over the production of nuclear weapons began with the announcement of the dropping of the first atomic bomb on Hiroshima. The power of the weapon and the devastation it wrought frightened many Americans, not for the least reason because they considered what would happen if the weapon were turned on them, but also out of a humanitarian concern for the horror and death the bomb brought to Japan. The arguments have continued on both sides ever since, and even today in the post-Cold War era, the issue remains vital because more and more countries are seeking and achieving atomic capability. Nuclear proliferation, or the spread of nuclear weaponry to more and more countries, has long been a fear of the U.S. government, and efforts have been made to control the distribution of nuclear materials. Another worry today is that technology has advanced..."

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