Henrik Salander assesses the impact of a “failed” NPT Review Conference, and answers the “most pressing question”: how will Non-Nuclear Weapons States manage their disappointment and approach disarmament in the future?
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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.
Harvard’s Martin Malin outlines the successes and failures of one of the NPT’s ongoing dramas, the efforts to establish a WMD Free-Zone in the Middle East. Malin argues that abandoning these efforts would be a gift to the region’s nuclear hardliners.
The five Nuclear Weapon States (NWS) China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States, should recognize that building relations on the principle of mass destruction is primitive and dangerous. This principle should not be allowed to constitute the basis for future relations...
Ahead of the 9th NPT Review Conference Shata Shetty, Deputy Director of the European Leadership Network, outlines the key nuclear disarmament role the UK has played and how it can continue to do so.