The Unfinished Twentieth Century: The Crisis of Weapons of Mass Destruction.

Schell, Jonathan.

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Because there are so many (30,000) nuclear weapons in existence he believes the world faces an inescapable choice between nuclear abolition and rapid proliferation leading to 'nuclear anarchy'. Among other things he highlights the dangers of America's new wars and the recklessness of the US's approach to North Korea. Grim reading.

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Pointing to the dangers presented by the 30,000 nuclear weapons still inexistence, the unravelling of the ABM treaty, and the arrival of nuclear weapons in South Asia and North Korea, among other disastrous developments, Jonathan Schell suggests that the world now faces an inescapable choice between nuclear abolition and rapid proliferation leading to "nuclear anarchy". In this updated edition Schell highlights the dangers of America's new wars and the recklessness of the US Administrations approach to North Korea.

Book Details

Author Schell, Jonathan.
Catalogue May12
Catalogue book number 186