Imagine a world in which most of the states, rather than just a few, had nuclear weapons and long range missiles. Would it be more peaceful or war-prone? In Goldstein and Pevehouse, review pages 216-218. In the World Politics review reading #22, check "a World without Nuclear weapons is a Joint enterprise". You may also want to look at the article by Kenneth Waltz, on Iran and the bomb, in the July/August 2012 issue of the journal Foreign Affairs.
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This article contains information that provide all the required in depth descriptive information with the help of available information in the secondary sources specifically in Goldstein and Pevehouse, review pages 216-218, World Politics review reading #22,"a World without Nuclear weapons is a Joint enterprise" and the article by Kenneth Waltz, on Iran and the bomb, in the July/august 2012 issue of the journal Foreign Affairs. These sources help to imagine the situation and scenario that would be exist in the world in which most of the states ,rather than just a few had nuclear weapons and long range missiles in terms of environment more peaceful or war-prone. (Waltz, 2012)
As per the source of information at the time when in the world only two have superpowers USA and Russia they dominated the world’s strategic nuclear agenda. When it increase and five NPT nuclear weapon states the nuclear weapon issues are raising fast. As today Russia and U.S nuclear power are reduced, other countries has also certain guidelines and all that create barrier in the growth of nuclear weapons....
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