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Did nuclear deterrence "keep us safe" for sixty years during the Cold War? Does it, in other words, work? For those who already have nuclear weapons, does nu...

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Comment by Tony Nuspl on August 31, 2011 at 4:37pm
One of the sources I used yesterday evening for my remarks on the film "Countdown to Zero", for the screening at the Circle Cinema, was the following lecture, available on You Tube:

"The Myth of Nuclear Deterrence"
by Ward Wilson
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkZs5jjxeQI

Including the Q&A session afterwards, it's more than an hour long. I hope you can find time to watch, as a follow-up for those of you interested in delving in deeper.

John Waldron did a fine job of hosting the event, on behalf of the U.N. Association of Eastern Oklahoma (UNA EO). Special thank you to Prof. Bob Donaldson (Council on Foreign Relations), former President of T.U., for moderating. It was also a pleasure meeting Steve Wilson, Associate Dean of Arts at Tulsa Community College, who was the other panelist.

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