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Rupert Myers is a barrister, debater, Inner Temple exhibitioner, Woodbridge scholar, and Cambridge graduate.
Sunday, February 02, 2014
The More We Learn About Nuclear Past, The More an 'Accident' Seems Likely
How have we not had a nuclear war? It is hard to maintain much faith in the long-term safety of our nuclear deterrent with each glimpse of the all-too human flaws of those with their finger on the button.