Tuesday, 5 December 2017

How South Africa Voluntarily Gave Up Its Nuclear Weapons.

The Republic of South Africa is the only country in the world to build a nuclear weapons program, then unbuild that program after domestic and international conditions changed.

Why did South Africa decide to build nukes, how did it build them and why did it decide to give them up? The answers are largely idiosyncratic, although they may hold some lessons for the future of nuclear weapons development on the Korean Peninsula and elsewhere.

BY Robert Farley.

Full story at War is Boring.

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