Experts Say

Nonproliferation across the generations

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
August 7, 2017
By Adam M. Scheinman

My father, Lawrence Scheinman, passed away this year. He’ll be hugely missed on a personal level, but his death also has me contemplating a more global topic—the place of the United States in the world nuclear order. Let me explain. My father was a specialist on nuclear nonproliferation—the sensible idea that nations without nuclear weapons should not acquire them, not least because these weapons may one day be used again.
Share |

Back to top

Terms of Use