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Tyler Tudryn 11/13/13 International Relations Reaction Paper: Nuclear Proliferation The reading illustrates both the Neo-Realist and Neo-Liberal-Institutionalist (NLI) perspectives by recounting the roles of those who chose to produce and maintain nuclear capability and those who agreed to participate in a global reduction concerning nuclear proliferation. I would argue, in concert with Neo-Realists, that a world in which nuclear weapons are produced by numerous states is more appealing than having no nuclear weapons at all. This seems the most practical method because, in a world absent of such technology, if one was to be created by the hands of an evil regime, we would be defenseless. Though, developed nations often possess detection provisions for incoming attacks. The proper technology does not yet exist necessary for protecting ourselves from such an attack. Internal buildup, specifically military and weapons creation, is a fundamental belief of the Neo-Realist. The only defense for such a nuclear threat seems
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