The inhumanity of nuclear deterrence

By James E. Doyle | March 4, 2019

Nuclear deterrence is not just a dangerous concept on which to base national or international security. It is immoral, undemocratic, and contradictory to human interests, as expressed through common political, scientific, and religious belief systems.

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