The other existential threat candidates must confront September 12, 2019

Irwin Redlener, MD, former PSR board member | CNN

It now seems within the realm of possibility that over the next few years, the most important nuclear arms control treaties—negotiated among the world’s nuclear powers over nearly four decades of painstaking diplomacy—will have expired or been eliminated. This would open the floodgates to a 21st century arms race that could be far more chaotic and dangerous than what threatened the world following World War II.

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