Chronology

The African Nuclear-Weapon-Free-Zone Treaty (the Treaty of Pelindaba) is opened for signing in Cairo.
11.04.1996
The UN Security Council adopts Resolution 984 on security assurances for states not possessing nuclear weapons.
11.04.1995
Russia’s President issues a decree "On the Measures to Establish the Export Control System in the Russian Federation".
11.04.1992
A U.S. B-29 bomber crashes on a mountain in New Mexico. The atomic explosives on board are partially burned.
11.04.1950

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21.11.2019

In preparation for the 2020 NPT Review Conference, one inevitably has to face a question: how to reinvigorate the review process, taking into account both the 1995 decision on strengthening of the review process and a quarter-century experience in between 1995 and now. 

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02.05.2017

Am I trying to argue that the nuclear-weapon states should actually ramp up their nuclear arsenals? Absolutely not. To the contrary: I believe they already have more nuclear weapons than is genuinely necessary for national security purposes. The nuclear five should make responsible joint steps towards nuclear arms reductions. The United States and Russia should continue to lead the way by extending the New START treaty and developing joint measures - not necessarily in the treaty format – for deeper reductions in the second quarter of the 21st century.

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