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Chatham House report on cases of near nuclear explosions/exchanges

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Old May 22nd, 2014   #1
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Chatham House report on cases of near nuclear explosions/exchanges

A good read whether you are a pro or anti nuclear weapons proponent.

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If you are you wanting my view, the report still says nuclear weapons should remain in this world. That forever and forever, people should say nuclear deterrence works and it should not be stopped.

I wholeheartedly disagree.
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