TITLE

The US Nuclear Monopoly and Europe

AUTHOR(S)
Lippmann, Walter
PUB. DATE
December 1962
SOURCE
New Republic;12/22/62, Vol. 147 Issue 25, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Focuses on the nuclear monopoly of the U.S. with reference to the confrontation regarding strategic weapons in Cuba. Deployment of the military nuclear power by the U.S.; Changes in the balance of nuclear power; Demonstration by the Cuban confrontation that the command of nuclear power is indivisible; Need of the realization of the adequacy of the U.S. nuclear power by the European nations.
ACCESSION #
9947828

 

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