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Outcome of the 2015 NPT Review Conference: What Awaits the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime

Andrey Baklitskiy

The Director of PIR Center’s Russia and Nuclear Nonproliferation Program recounts the ups and downs of the 2015 NPT Review Conference. Differences over the establishment of a WMD-free zone in the Middle East prevented the conference from adopting the Final Document. The NPT review process is now in for serious trials and tribulations in the run-up to the 2020 RevCon.

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Security Index (Global Edition), No. 1 (110), Volume 21, Summer 2015

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