Andrew Futter. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2018. 208 pp. Index. $29.95.
Reviewed by Lieutenant Raymond Dennis, U.S. Navy
Nuclear weapons. Few topics garner as much attention from such diverse professions as governmental advisors, military strategists, and academics. Since the inception of nuclear weapons, one issue has remained paramount: avoiding the future use of these existential threats. Today—with the rise of technology—the international community must recognize the risk posed by malicious cyber actors, thus increasing the complexity of maintaining peace in the nuclear age.