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As someone who was born in 1948, the risk of a nuclear World War III was a very real part of my childhood.Today, the bigger danger is that an increasing number of smaller countries ruled by unstable or dictatorial regimes will try to acquire nuclear weapons.This would be a major security challenge for any U.S. administration.Ultimately, there are no good options for responding to the North Korean threat. Much will depend on what happens in the U.S. under Trump's wayward presidency.Instability within the U.S. is cause for global concern. If the U.S. can no longer be counted on to ensure world peace and stability, then no country can. Another nuclear danger looms this fall. Because Russia, China, and the Europeans would stick to the nuclear deal, the U.S. would find itself alone and at odds with even its closest allies.
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