Four American éminences grises—Henry Kissinger, William Perry, George Shultz, and Sam Nunn—representing a wealth of experience in defense and security strategies—declared that reliance on nuclear weapons as a deterrent is becoming “increasingly hazardous and decreasingly effective.” They called for urgent international cooperation to move toward a world free from nuclear weapons.
- International Atomic Energy Agency
- Security Council
- Nuclear Weapon
- Nuclear Material
- United Nations Security Council
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© 2008 Richard Falk and David Krieger
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ElBaradei, M. (2008). Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe: Where Do We Go from Here?. In: Falk, R., Krieger, D. (eds) At the Nuclear Precipice. Palgrave Macmillan, New York. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230615724_14
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