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Free eBook Nuclear paradox: Security risks of the peaceful atom (Foreign affairs study) download ISBN: 0844732044
Author: Michael A Guhin
Publisher: American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (1976)
Language: English
Pages: 77
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security risks of the peaceful atom. Bibliography: p. 73-77. Foreign affairs study ;, 32. Classifications. Nuclear nonproliferation, Nuclear disarmament.

Risks of Nuclear Proliferation. MORE BY John A. Hall. Since 1946, American policy has been based on a recognition of the fact that atomic energy is capable of both peaceful and military uses and that certain of the processes used in its development are essentially the same regardless of the final application. Early in the postwar period, then, it became our avowed purpose to establish some international control of the development of atomic energy to assure its peaceful use and, in particular, to limit and perhaps ultimately eliminate any military use.

That is, therefore the nuclear paradox . The nuclear weapon has ended war between superpowers, but not ended war itself. Nuclear War in a MAD World. However, in truth the real risk of nuclear annihilation comes from two less publicised scenarios rather than nuclear war. The first scenario has already almost occurred several times over the past 72 years – it is the threat of an accidental launch or the ‘nuclear close call’. Michael is an aspiring writer and blogger based in Leeds UK. He writes on history, politics, religion, science and other topics.

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