Indefensible weapons: the political and psychological case against nuclearism
Examining the premises of the arguments in favor of maintaining nuclear weapons capability, the authors argue that recovery after nuclear warfare is unlikely
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The World of the Bomb
SecurityThe Ultimate Psychologism
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