Getting Nuclear Nonproliferation Back on Track

The Reichstag building is illuminated with a slogan demanding the ban of nuclear weapons by the environmental organization Greenpeace, in Berlin, Germany, Jan. 21, 2022 (AP photo by Markus Schreiber).
The Reichstag building is illuminated with a slogan demanding the ban of nuclear weapons by the environmental organization Greenpeace, in Berlin, Germany, Jan. 21, 2022 (AP photo by Markus Schreiber).
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The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty’s 10th Review Conference has been postponed repeatedly due to the coronavirus pandemic, perhaps a symbol of the degree to which global efforts to curb the proliferation of nuclear weapons and reduce global stockpiles have stalled in recent years. North Korea continues to expand its nuclear capabilities, and the U.S., China and Russia are all investing heavily in modernizing their arsenals. And efforts to bring Iran back into compliance with the nonproliferation regime have been set back by the Trump administration’s withdrawal from the multilateral deal known as the JCPOA, or Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, that […]

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