I've interviewed Tertrais a few times, and he's got a mind that's 99 parts iron, with one part carbon thrown in for good measure. His thinking, like this article, is precise, orderly, logical and thorough. In some ways, the choice he presents, at least in the current global environment, is that between eliminating war and eliminating nuclear weapons. If you really do hope for the latter, it's worth challenging your arguments against those raised by Tertrais. They might wind up dead, but if not, they'll certainly emerge stronger.
Posted by Steve S at 12:29 PM
Some thinking on complete disarmament: