United States policy and nuclear proliferation in Asia
Opposition to the spread of nuclear weapons has been a major objective of U.S. policy since the end of World War II. During this time Washington has devised a range of policies designed both to prevent other states from acquiring the wherewithal to develop nuclear weapons and to deter states with those capacities from converting them into military nuclear capabilities. The United States has sought to rationalise its opposition to nuclear spread in a number of ways but principally on the...[Show more]
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