The Myth of a Denuclearized Nato, by Manlio Dinucci

Ican, the latest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, is wrong to think that the Italian MPs of the government majority had been committed to convince their Nato partners to give up nuclear weapons. The fact of the matter is that the commitments the Nato member states make are purely formal: it is the atomic bombs that form the basis for their security. “Nato has traditionally been flexible for the wishes of its members, and open to opt-outs from specific policy areas, such as nuclear (…)

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