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Blog entries: Dartmouth Conference

13.12.2019

"The world watches almost indifferently as the arms control architecture that saved us from a nuclear catastrophe during the cold war collapses today. Against the background of current news about trade wars, terrorist acts and impeachment they may seem like relics of a bygone 20th century - ABM, INF, CFE, START treaties. In February 2021, the new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty will expire. It must be prolonged, for without it humanity will go blindfolded into the future through a minefield."

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