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Identifying Collaborative Actions to Reduce Today’s Nuclear Dangers

Identifying Collaborative Actions to Reduce Today’s Nuclear Dangers

1 September 2021

6 Pages

This paper showcases key propositions, findings, and recommendations from the UNIDIR dialogue on Nuclear Disarmament, Nuclear Deterrence, and Strategic Arms Control, which brought together a diverse group of policymakers, experts, and civil society representatives from around the world. It offers an approach for thinking about the nuclear problem today as well as rebuilding the habits of global cooperation needed to address it successfully. The document includes a list of key actions centred on the following themes: consolidating the non-use of nuclear weapons, recrafting strategic arms control, and revitalizing the pursuit of nuclear disarmament. Together, it offers a promising vision and the elements from which to craft an agenda for enhanced global collaboration to reduce today’s nuclear dangers.

UNIDIR. 2021. Identifying Collaborative Actions to Reduce Today’s Nuclear Dangers. Geneva, Switzerland. https://doi.org/10.37559/WMD/21/DDAC/03


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