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Building a Just and Sustainable World June 2008
When I interviewed him, I found Secretary Shultz genuinely concerned about the grave dangers of nuclear proliferation. But he was also energized by the possibility that the nations of the world could come together to eliminate this peril from the planet. And he is working with others, including other Cold War veterans, to make a nuclear-free world a reality.
And none too soon. Revelations about A.Q. Khan, the father of Pakistan's nuclear bomb, and his selling of nuclear secrets, concerns about North Korea's acquisition of nuclear weapons, and allegations that Iran is seeking the bomb make clear what the anti-nuclear movement has been saying for decades: We can’t afford not to abolish nuclear weapons.
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