The Superpowers and Nuclear Arms Control: Rhetoric and Reality

The Superpowers and Nuclear Arms Control: Rhetoric and Reality

The Superpowers and Nuclear Arms Control: Rhetoric and Reality

The Superpowers and Nuclear Arms Control: Rhetoric and Reality

Synopsis

The nuclear arsenals of the United States and the Soviet Union are larger, better equipped, and deadlier than at any other time in history. This incisive book contends that the superpowers, while exhibiting enormous ingenuity in the area of arms development, have shown only a minimal interest toward the containment of arms. This is a carefully documented evaluation of how both superpowers, and of their failure to contain the nuclear arms race despite their involvement in the process for over a quarter of a century. Only the superpowers can reduce the proliferation of nuclear arms and in the process lessen likelihood of nuclear war through accident, miscalculation or crisis escalation.
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