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The USSR launches the Earth’s first artificial satellite (Sputnik).
04.10.1957

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Blog entries: Софья Шестакова (Sofya Shestakova)

03.08.2022

On August 1, the long-awaited the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) Review Conference in New York kicked off. The conference, which began with a general debate, including high-level statements by world leaders, will move on to thematic issues at the end of the second week. In addition to the 191 NPT signatories, civil society and NGO representatives take part and will address government delegates on August 5. Over the first two days, 40 states have presented their positions. 

10.01.2022

On January 3 this year, the nuclear-weapon states issued “The Joint P5 Statement on Preventing Nuclear War and Avoiding Arms Races”. For the first time, the leaders of the “P5” jointly affirmed that “a nuclear war cannot be won and must never be fought”. This statement was scheduled to be presented in the margins of the NPT Review Conference, which was to be held in January of this year. Notwithstanding that the NPT RevCon was postponed, this statement saw the light.

26.11.2021

The second session of the Conference on the Establishment of a Middle East Zone Free of Nuclear Weapons and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction was supposed to be held on November 16–22, 2020. However, due to restrictions of COVID-19, it was postponed to November 29 –December 6, 2021. Much has changed since the first session of the Conference held in 2019. The balance of power in the Middle East region has changed, and administrations in Israel and Iran have changed. One thing has not changed: the Middle East has never had a WMD-free zone.

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