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The Conclusion reminds readers of the dangers posed by the retention of nuclear weapons, and draws attention to the problems posed by the refusal of the nuclear weapon states to disarm. It points to the opportunity after the Cold War to move to a world free of nuclear weapons, but shows that the nuclear states were against taking this step, even though under the NPT they are obliged to do so. The Conclusion reiterates that what is being sought is a balanced, phased and verified process of disarmament, where the security concerns of the nuclear weapon states are taken into account during a programme of nuclear disarmament. It notes that to date, nothing else has been successful in persuading these states to fulfil their promise to disarm, and that the TPNW is arguably the best tool we currently posses for moving towards disarmament.

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Challenging nuclearism

A humanitarian approach to reshape the global nuclear order


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