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Do Unto Others: Toward a Defensible Nuclear Doctrine

Do Unto Others: Toward a Defensible Nuclear Doctrine

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The debate surrounding U.S. nuclear policy focuses too narrowly on reducing the number of nuclear weapons in the American arsenal toward zero. More important is preventing the use of nuclear weapons in whatever numbers they exist. President Barack Obama should articulate a narrowed framework for the legitimate use of nuclear weapons that the United States believes would be defensible for others to follow as long as nuclear weapons remain.
The debate surrounding U.S. nuclear policy focuses too narrowly on reducing the number of nuclear weapons in the American arsenal toward zero. More important is preventing the use of nuclear weapons in whatever numbers they exist. President Barack Obama should articulate a narrowed framework for the legitimate use of nuclear weapons that the United States believes would be defensible for others to follow as long as nuclear weapons remain.

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Published by: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace on Apr 25, 2013
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DO UNTOOTHERS
TOWARD ADEFENSIBLENUCLEAR DOCTRINE
GEORGE PERKOVICH
 
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace © 2013  All rights reservedTe Carnegie Endowment does not take institutional positions on public policy issues; the views represented here are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Endowment, its staff, or its trustees.
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