Joseph Cirincione talked about his book, Nuclear Nightmares: Securing the World Before It Is Too Late, in which he discusses the possibility of nuclear weapons being used. He says that the decline in the number of nuclear weapons since the 1960s should leave us hopeful that they can be eliminated entirely in the future. Mr. Cirincione spoke at an event hosted by the World Affairs Council of Charlotte in North Carolina. close
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