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The Great Nuclear Game of the 21st Century: Disarmament or War?

Alexander Radchuk

The first attempts to make sure nuclear weapons are never used in anger were made right after they were invented. Advisor to the Chief of Russia's General Staff Alexander Radchuk analyses the position of the nuclear powers, looks at the latest nuclear disarmament initiatives and details possible scenarios of international developments in the 21st century, including the possibility of nuclear conflicts. He offers a number of steps which would allow all nations to give up nuclear weapons and stop using force as an instrument of international relations.

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SECURITY INDEX №4 (93), 2010

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