U.S. author and journalist William Lambers argues that the U.S. Senate should move to close the door of nuclear weapons testing permanently and to fulfil the legacies of Presidents Ike and Kennedy.
Imagine if nuclear testing were to resume. Other nations would follow. We could end up reliving some of the Cold War days when Russia and the U.S would carry out nuclear blast after blast. They even did so during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Do we really want to see a rerun of that?