Joseph M. Siracusa


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Joseph Siracusa is Professor of Human Security and International Diplomacy, and Associate Dean, International and Justice Studies at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. A native of Chicago and long time resident of Australia, he is internationally known for his writings on international diplomacy. nuclear weapons, and the Cold War.

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Nuclear Weapons: A Very Sho...

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Diplomacy: A Very Short Int...

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The Kennedy Years

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“Case studies of Cold War-era conflicts suggest two ironclad, unwritten rules: first, no nuclear power may use military force against another nuclear power; and, second, a nuclear power, using military force against a non-nuclear nation, may not use nuclear weapons. Moreover, possessing nuclear weapons did not necessarily deter a non-nuclear nation from waging war with a client state of a nuclear power, as the United States found out in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.”
Joseph M. Siracusa, Nuclear Weapons: A Very Short Introduction

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