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Nuclear Weapons: Physics, History, and Abolition?

Nuclear Weapons: Physics, History, and Abolition?
Professor A.M. Bernstein

Provides present status of US, Russian, World nuclear force delivery systems; limits imposed by treaties command and control; the dangers of accidental nuclear war; and the steps to reduce the threat of nuclear war. Other topics include an outlook for Nuclear Weapons Policy, the Obama Administration, and world reaction. Professor Bernstein also links these issues to the original scientists debate and MIT discussions. Lecture given on Jan 27, 2010.

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