Wall Street Journal-Next Steps in Reducing Nuclear Risks

The pace of nonproliferation work today doesn't match the urgency of the threat argue George P. Shultz, William J. Perry, Henry A. Kissinger, and Sam Nunn.

Every American president since the end of World War II has sought to come to grips with the unique security risks and challenges associated with nuclear weapons. The specter of a nuclear war, accident, proliferation or terrorism has led to serious and sustained efforts to control, reduce and eliminate nuclear risks. Over the decades, progress has been made in reducing nuclear weapons, and bringing about international agreements on nonproliferation.

Read The Wall Street Journal (March 5, 2013)