Major Powers Stopped Nuclear Tests in 1998. That Norm Is Now Under Threat.
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Major Powers Stopped Nuclear Tests in 1998. That Norm Is Now Under Threat.

5 February 2024

Summary

In Nevada, I saw the scars of the U.S. nuclear testing program. They reinforced my belief that Washington must lead the way on a new no-first-test agreement.

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United States of America

Creators/Authors

Jamie Kwong
Jamie Kwong is a fellow in the Nuclear Policy Program at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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