Goodby, James E.
April 2007
Foreign Service Journal;Apr2007, Vol. 84 Issue 4, p18
The article presents the author's views on the effects and requirement of nuclear weapons all over the world. It is stated that former U.S. President Ronald Reagan called for a world free of nuclear weapons 20 years ago as he may not have foreseen the utility of deep reductions in nuclear weapons as a nonproliferation tool in an age of terrorism. President George W. Bush acknowledges that the administration adopted a selective policy of allowing nuclear deals to selective countries.


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