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Peace and the nuclear paradox

Whenever the topic is nuclear weapons, I remain in a state of disbelief that we can talk about them "strategically" -- that language allows us to maintain such a distance from the reality of what they do, we can casually debate their use.

Consider, in the context of the sudden rush of alarming news that Donald Trump may trash the Iran nuclear agreement on May 12, on the false grounds that Iran is in violation of it, this piece of news from several months ago:

The latest Nuclear Posture Review, released in, an international movement to eliminate nuclear weapons.

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