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Multilateral Approaches to Nuclear Disarmament: Planning the Next Steps

Nuclear disarmament is one of the hot topics today. The more it is negotiated, the more there is the understanding that nuclear disarmament is a multilateral process, which should involve different actors and different aspects. At present, there are certain items on the short-term agenda – the strategic offensive arms reduction treaty between Russia and the United States, the 2010 NPT Review Conference, the CTBT ratification, etc. What's next? Which other steps should be taken to promote nuclear disarmament? What are the limits of the possible? These questions are addressed by the participants of the round table discussion.

Multilateral Approaches to Nuclear Disarmament: Planning the Next Steps


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