Li Bin

Articles by Li Bin

21 August 2014

Major problems with minimum deterrence

The author argues that reducing nuclear arsenals to the point that they represent only a minimum deterrent might be a useful interim step for disarmament, but complete abolition must remain the eventual goal.

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