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Preventing Nuclear Genocide

Essays on Peace and War

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George H. Hampsch

Preventing Nuclear Genocide presents four thought-provoking essays on some moral issues of war and peace in the nuclear age. Highlighted is our potential to prevent war between the global powers, and to create the ethically acceptable conditions required for lasting peace among nations with conflicting social systems.
Written by a philosopher, these essays invite the reader to view the issues of peace and war from a wider perspective than the security needs of one's own country, or those of a particular ideological bloc alone. The pressing need for global security is stressed throughout this morally sensitive work.
Contents: Provocative essays on moral problems which arise from nuclear weaponry and the ideological struggle. Written for scholars and others seeking peace through global security.