War in Ukraine highlights clear need to abolish nuclear weapons March 27, 2022

Scott Allan Baker, chair of Western North Carolina PSR | Asheville Citizen-Times

The invasion of Ukraine underscores the evil consequences associated with the mere possession of nuclear weapons. First, nuclear weapons play into the hands of bad actors on the world stage – even if not used. The United States and NATO find themselves hamstrung in how we can assist the brave people of Ukraine simply because of the mere threat of a nuclear confrontation with Russia.

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