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on Nuclear Weapons and Nonproliferation.
Today we'll be discussing what steps the U.S. should take regarding nuclear weaponry!
Hello and welcome to our talk,
Russia and the US need to come to an agreement that allows both
will make the world a safer, less-nuclear place, and will diminish the
risk of an all-out nuclear war. As for the other countries, they
countries to dismantle at least half of their nuclear stock. This
need to have only a few weapons to be able to defend themselves.
As for the wildcards, such as Iran and North Korea,
can't handle the responsibility of nuclear weapons, they don't need to
have them. As for deterrence or non-proliferation, the most efficient one
they need to have all of their nuclear weapons confiscated. If they
would be non-proliferation. The other countries won't back down
just because of threats. The dismantlement of weapons is more likely to succeed.
This leaves us to the question, is it possible to get rid of all nuclear weapons?
dismantlement of the weapons. Since no one solution really works in this world, a good balance
world powers have has decreased steadily since around 1990. This is due to the powers ordering the
According to ourworldindata.com, the number of nuclear weaponry the various
the weapons, and if countries refuse, about 30% deterrence to scare them into submission.
between deterrence and non-proliferation is required. There needs to be about 70% dismantlement of
Unfortunately, it's probably not likely. Our current world powers are very
stubborn, and as such it's not likely that every country will give up all their weapons.
So, we'll probably all end up dying in a nuclear war. But hey, maybe Corona will get us first. Who knows.
WOW! Thanks for watching the whole thing! It took a while to make.
Here are my sources!
https://ourworldindata.org/nuclear-weapons, https://www.un.org/disarmament/wmd/nuclear/, https://www.armscontrol.org/act/2017-03/features/challenge-nuclear-deterrence, https://www.nti.org/analysis/opinions/deterrence-age-nuclear-proliferation/, and https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/4221493/six-creatures-that-would-survive-a-nuclear-apocalypse-and-the-animal-300-times-more-resilient-than-humans/
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