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23.05.2015

2015 NPT Review Conference outcome is the Humanitarian Pledge

2015 NPT Review Conference outcome is the Humanitarian Pledge

As the four weeks of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty review conference wraps up in New York without an outcome document being adopted, while the USA blames Egypt for the failure by insisting on moves towards a Middle East free of weapons of mass destruction, the most of the rest of… »

17.05.2015

What’s that on the horizon? It’s a treaty to ban nuclear weapons!

What’s that on the horizon?  It’s a treaty to ban nuclear weapons!

Next week in New York is the fourth and final week of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty review conference: the five-yearly circus of meetings comes to its conclusion with absolutely no progress in sight on the key issue of weapon disarmament. And yet, and yet, the probability is looking greater than… »

13.05.2015

Time to look beyond the NPT

Time to look beyond the NPT

By John Loretz, International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War. When this NPT Review Conference began, I wrote that the outcome would depend on how seriously the humanitarian impacts initiative and the Austrian Pledge were taken up by the member states as a basis for new and… »

07.05.2015

Will the NPT sink or swim?

Will the NPT sink or swim?

“We were waist deep in the Big Muddy. The big fool said to push on.” — Pete Seeger The NPT member states have to choose between two irreconcilable narratives, and the success of the 2015 Review Conference depends upon their making the right choice. by John Loretz of International Physicians… »

23.04.2015

Will the NPT face the facts?

Will the NPT face the facts?

By John Loretz of International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War When the 2015 Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) opens in New York next week, the 190 member states will have to come to terms with some hard facts. The… »

30.01.2015

33 Latin American and Caribbean states endorse Austrian Pledge and call for negotiations on a ban treaty

33 Latin American and Caribbean states endorse Austrian Pledge and call for negotiations on a ban treaty

Latin American and Caribbean states have once again shown a united front and a clear vision for the future of nuclear disarmament. At the third annual summit of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), heads of state of all 33 countries, issued a declaration fully supporting the outcomes of the… »

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