"FOCUS: Transforming U.S. Nuclear Weapons Policy" by Daryl G. Kimball

"Effecting change in Washington, and nuclear weapons policy in particular, is exceedingly difficult, requiring strong presidential leadership and a working bipartisan majority. Yet recent congressional actions and trends will give the next occupant of the White House a rare opportunity..." Click here to return to the full text.

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Anonymous said...

The article gives enormous sense to new policy makers. Understandably, possession of more weapons will not only exaggerate the rest of the world but also undermine the US security. Reduction of nuclear weapons arsenals by the US will regulate behaviour of the states, nuclear and those which are enhancing their enrichment facilities. With regard to CTBT, there is an urgent need to revitalize the treaty particularly in case of South Asia. The article is well written and informative.