Following a vote at the United Nations to begin negotiations for a treaty to ban nuclear weapons, Ambassador Carlo Trezza writes that while the absence of nuclear players will weaken the process it is still possible for meaninful outcomes to be achieved.
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Carlo Trezza, outgoing Chairman of the Missile Technology Control Regime, considers the benefits of the US administration adopting a No First Use nuclear policy.
Ambassador Carlo Trezza, former Chairman of the Missile Technology Control Regime, explains the political and symbolic significance of the different acronyms used when talking about the format of the Iran negotiations.
Carlo Trezza argues that after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki commemorations, political and spiritual leaders should continue be engaged at the highest levels in efforts to ensure that non-use of nuclear weapons continues.
Carlo Trezza argues that, after the failure of the NPT Conference, the chances of progressing multilaterally on the three NPT pillars are weak. Despite this, the Iran negotiations have opened the possibility of a general rule regarding enrichment and reprocessing for other initiatives.
Carlo Trezza argues that, despite the pessimism of leaders such as Benjamin Netenyahu, a workable nuclear deal with Iran is within reach. He goes on to call for a gesture of good faith from Iran: the ratification of the CTBT.