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William Potter

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Director, Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies

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NO NUKES IS GOOD NUKES: Nuclear Proliferation

with Sumit Ganguly, William Potter, Scott Saganvia Uncommon Knowledge
Tuesday, February 15, 2000

For decades the United States, the former Soviet Union, China, Britain and France were the world's only nuclear powers. But that is changing. When India and Pakistan conducted nuclear weapons tests in 1998, they demonstrated that they had both the ability and the will to build nuclear weapons. Is the United States doing enough to prevent the proliferation of nuclear weapons? Are we prepared for the very real possibility that nations such as North Korea and Iran may soon be able to build nuclear weapons?