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Kazakhstan: the NPT Is Asymmetric and Not Efficient Enough

Yerzhan Kazykhanov

Ever since independence Kazakhstan has always been among the leading advocates of reducing the nuclear threat. In 2011 the country hosted the International Forum for a Nuclear Weapons-Free World. The Kazakh Foreign Minister Yerzhan Kazykhanov in his interview describes the Forum's outcomes, his country's international initiatives in the nonproliferation field and Central Asian experience of establishing a nuclear weapons-free zone.

Kazakhstan: the NPT Is Asymmetric and Not Efficient Enough (full text)


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SECURITY INDEX №3 (100), 2012

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