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Topic A: Preventing proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

Prevention of the proliferation of nuclear weapons is an issue that made sense during the Cold War, when the world came very close to a nuclear war. Living in the 21st century should be associated with living in a nuclear free world. Despite the advances mankind has made to make the world we live in a safer place, risks still exist because nuclear weapons have not been totally banned yet. It is our duty as a community to ensure a safe planet for our citizens where no nuclear war could occur. That is why the UN has put in place number of measures and treaties- such as the Non-proliferation treaty created in 1968 - to try to achieve this objective. Although the ratification process was rather slow, to date the treaty has been signed by a majority of countries around the world. Nevertheless important countries have yet to sign it ...

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