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The struggle against nuclear weapons goes backwards

"The fight against nuclear weapons going back" "In less than a year two milestones in the attempts to control the nuclear threat has failed." "Our rules

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The struggle against nuclear weapons goes backwards
"The fight against nuclear weapons going back"

"In less than a year two milestones in the attempts to control the nuclear threat has failed."

"Our rules-based international order is falling apart piece by piece. All the while the major powers are investing billions to modernise their domedagsmaskiner."

"the Attempts to reduce the risk of a nuclear war is going backwards instead of forwards."

"the Clock has started ticking, but in practice is agreement on disarmament the NPT between the united states and Russia have already died. The six-month notice period is just a temporary phase against the risk of a new arms race between the major nuclear powers."

"In may last year, pulled the US out of the kärnenergiavtalet with Iran, which increases the risk of prästdiktaturen decides to develop nuclear weapons. Something that would contribute to a rustningsspiral in the Middle east."

"Sweden's foreign minister Margot Wallström took up the issue in the government's utrikesdeklaration. She pointed at the risks to the foundations of the rules-based international order that protected us against nuclear war may be on the verge of collapse."

"every five years a review of how the agreement is being adhered to. When the next conference will be held in 2020, it is not at all certain that the unity can sustain. Why should other countries promise to refrain from acquiring nuclear weapons when it is becoming increasingly obvious that the major nuclear-weapon states do not have a view of the to fulfill his part of the agreement?"

"In the final stages of the cold war and after the fall of the berlin wall, there was major progress in nuclear disarmament. Both the united states and Sovjetunionenu002FRyssland reduced their arsenals significantly. The general détente meant that the fear of a nuclear war disappeared from people's consciousness."

"temporarily, it would turn out."

"today, there is no världskonflikt between two competing and openly hostile society. Instead we have a growing chaos in which regional powers are increasingly alert to show their muscles at the same time that China openly discloses their power ambitions."

"We are in a situation when the relations between the two largest nuclear powers, the U.S. and Russia are worse than in parts of the cold war and the united states and China tuppfäktas increasingly open, while the agreement to reduce the risk of open military confrontation, falling one by one."

"When the world was divided in two blocks, there were many who, for their defence, relied on one of the two parties, the united states or the Soviet union. Today, each country must guard themselves in a completely different way with a defense that is more than just a potemkinkuliss. Not even the countries of the north atlantic treaties seems to no longer be able to be absolutely sure that their common försvarsklausul apply. "

"instead of clear and firm collaborations so begins the world to float increasingly freely."

"Continue the development there is a clear risk that the particular regional great powers believe that they need nuclear weapons for its security. I am thinking particularly of archenemies such as Iran and saudi Arabia."

"just ten years ago it was unthinkable for a country to leave the non-proliferation treaty. It would have resulted in the same pariastämpel that north Korea scored. Today, when international agreements fail or are not complied with, the situation is not as obvious. Those who can manufacture their own rules."

"the united states will over the next ten years to spend 494 billion dollars on making their armageddonarsenaler even more modern and deadly effective. Russia adds many billions of Swedish kronor on the same thing."

"No nuclear war is on the doorstep. But given the fact that more of the world's leaders, including Donald Trump, and Vladimir Putin, now do not shy away from openly threatening with their nuclear weapons, instead of sitting at the negotiating table and working on new agreements, so feels the situation is not overly secure."

"the Experts at The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists believe that the current situation is ”just as worrying as during the cold war's most dangerous period”."

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