The Global Commons - Building a New Cooperative Security Regime: The War That Must Never Be Fought

Thursday, March 12, 2015

The cooperative nuclear control regime that was built up over decades has shown serious signs of decay. An effort, not just to bolster the old regime, but to build a new conceptual and institutional foundation for nuclear restraint is urgently needed.  In this final chapter, the authors lay out the considerations that might guide governments in moving to a new institutional framework from today's increasingly dysfunctional methods of addressing nuclear dangers.

The War That Must Never Be Fought: Dilemmas in Nuclear Deterrence - Part Three, Edited by George P. Shultz... by Hoover Institution

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