Thesis Statement: United States should lead in supporting the abolishment of proliferation of Atomic Bombs
– American presidents both current and in the future should emphasize the goal of a world without atomic bombs and really mean it
Atomic bomb production has been resulting from competition against the super powers (U.S. being one of them)
Showing commitment would make other regions have a second other and allow deliberations
Without absolute commitment to the elimination of atomic bombs in the U.S., other states will not support the nonproliferation inspections, controls and rules, over diverse fissile materials
– The enforcement mechanisms and verification procedures required to achieve this would be ideal in augmenting U.S. and global security in a period when atomic bombs productions are likely to expand globally.
The control over atomic bomb production materials is necessary to enable disarmament for the already produced atomic bombs
Enforcement mechanisms and verification would also enable the reduction of risks that terrorists can access atomic bomb production materials
– If deterrence would work everywhere starting from the U.S. at all times, there would be less worries on issues regarding proliferation
Everyone would be assured of a world free of atomic bombs
Cold war would cease across the globe
Atomic bomb disarmament is higher on the U.S. as an international agenda now than it has been in the long history of the nuclear age.
It will require U.S. to play the role model and serve as an example to other regions on abolishing atomic bombs.
Another intense and destructive cold war could be threatening a comeback and affect the globe if no measures are taken in place.
Respecting and putting into practice international treaties on the abolishment of atomic bombs is the only way forward for successful relations.
The prospect of a world free of atomic bombs does not make its attainment viable, let alone foreseeable unless all countries reciprocate and join force in a co-evolutionary process.