Aftermath : The Remnants of War
I'll bet you haven't either. What happens to the weapons that are left out in the field when a conflict ends? Who clears the land mines? How many are there around the world? How long will it take to get rid of them? What do we do when chemical weapons reach their the end of their shelf life? What was the result of all that nuclear testing that took place during the Cold War? What did Agent Orange do to the people of Viet Nam? In short, what happens when the battle stops but the potential for destruction remains? This is one of the most provocative books I've come across. It's well researched and so well written that I'll bet you won't be able to put it down. I sure couldn't.