Current overview of initiatives in favor of nuclear disarmament

70 years ago the United States of America held the first test of a nuclear bomb in the History, launching the so called “Nuclear Era”. The nuclear weapons have a great importance for the International Relations, including being theme of debate in various instances of the United Nations. In this context, Renata Dalaqua – researcher at the FGV’s Center for International Relations, based at the School of Social Sciences/CPDOC – presents an overview about the current stage of the discussions about the nuclear disarmament in the International System, presenting not only the nuclear armed States’ perspectives, but also the Non-Nuclear Weapons States’ views. Check out here the latest publications on the topic by FGV's Center for International Relations.

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