How We Stopped Loving the Bomb

How We Stopped Loving the Bomb

An Insider's Account of the World on the Brink of Banning Nuclear Arms

Book - 2011
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Nobody loves nuclear weapons--except their powerfully placed defenders in government, their supporters in the military, and terrorists. When President Barack Obama brought his vision of a nuclear weapons-free world to the White House, he re-energized the peace movement. Today the historical momentum to rid the world of nuclear weapons is once again gathering speed.

Former Canadian Ambassador for Disarmament and Senator Douglas Roche, a leading authority on nuclear disarmament, writes about the people, the issues, and the ideas behind the new peace movement. Using a UN conference that took place in New York City in 2010 as his jumping off point, Douglas Roche takes us behind-the-scenes to describe the many diplomats, members of NGOs, and individuals who have come together to push for peace.
Publisher: Toronto : J. Lorimer, c2011
ISBN: 9781552776520
Branch Call Number: 327.1747 ROC 2011 22
Characteristics: 205 p. ; 23 cm


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