The Logic of Zero

Toward a World Without Nuclear Weapons

Authors: Ivo H. Daalder, and Jan M. Lodal
November/December 2008
Foreign Affairs

U.S. nuclear policy remains stuck in the Cold War even as the threats the United States faces—nuclear terrorism chief among them—have changed. Washington must lead the way to a world without nuclear weapons, and the first step is for the United States to dramatically limit its own nuclear arsenal's size and declared purpose.

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