The United States and Russia have obligated themselves to pursuing complete nuclear disarmament. But despite the two countries' treaty obligations, it's reasonable to wonder if Russia and the United States will ever accept the constraints on power that total disarmament implies. Therefore, is complete abolition of nuclear weapons an appropriate goal for the disarmament movement? Or would disarmament proceed faster if its aim were reducing stockpiles to the point that they represented only a minimum possible deterrent?
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