Atoms for Peace: A Future After Fifty Years?

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On December 8, 1953, President Dwight Eisenhower proposed in a speech to the United Nations that nuclear nonproliferation be promoted by offering peaceful nuclear technology to countries that would renounce nuclear weapons. Today the value of that basic trade-off--atoms for peace--is in question, along with the institutions that embody it. Deployment of weapons by India and Pakistan, noncompliance with safeguards by North Korea and Iran, and the threat of nuclear terrorism have weakened the image of the Nonproliferation ...

Atoms for Peace: A Future After Fifty Years? 2007, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore

ISBN-13: 9780801885617

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Atoms for Peace: A Future After Fifty Years? 2007, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore

ISBN-13: 9780801885600

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