posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 05:21 PM
Reading a thread about China mobilizing its troops near Korea, someone mentioned what needs to happen is for South Korea to get nuclear weapons. While
this would naturally act as a deterrent, it would probably speed up the proliferation of nuclear weapons around the world. The way things are going, I
can't see nuclear proliferation being stopped, so I'm wondering would the best way to reduce the number of nuclear weapons in the world come about
if there was a limited/regional nuclear war? It would let people see the true potential horrors of a nuclear war. Or would it be a case of once we
went down that road we'd never turn back, and nations would see a war as another reason to have their own nuclear weapons as a potential deterrent?