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Optimism Turns to Anxiety On Curbing Nuclear Arms

In the waning days of the 20th century, nearly a dozen countries abandoned nuclear weapons programs, betting on the promised security of a post-Cold War world. But the trend toward disarmament seems to have tapered off almost as quickly as it began. Officials and nuclear experts who felt nothing but optimism in the early 1990s now see a world on the threshold of a dangerous arms race. Full Story

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