Kissinger has partnered with George Shultz and others in the noble cause of a nuclear-free world. But what, in fact, are the risks should the U.S. dismantle its nuclear arsenal? And what are the prospects of eradicating all nuclear weapons, without having a few “fall through the cracks”? Kissinger is realistic. The process will not be perfect, nor will it be complete. Yet it must be done undertaken.