Pros And Cons Of Nuclear Weapons Schlosser

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Schlosser asserts that Iran shouldn’t be able to possess nuclear weapons due to the pervasive threat it will pose. He acknowledges that nuclear weapons haven’t been used since the World War II, which suggests that a nuclear war will never happen. In addition, Schlosser emphasizes the ubiquity of the belief that nuclear weapons serve as war deterrents between nuclear powers by quoting Kenneth Waltz. Schlosser agrees that the belief does describe recent situations but doesn’t portray the future. Schlosser argues that the possession nuclear weapons comes with high risks and asserts that political instability in nuclear powers brought us close to the brink of nuclear war numerous times. Furthermore, he emphasizes the risks in having nuclear weapons
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