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Following up on PIR Center’s Recommendations for Strengthening the Nuclear Nonproliferation Regime: 2010 – 2015

In 2010-2015, PIR Center has prepared three nongovernmental White Papers exploring the possibilities to strengthen different aspects of the nuclear nonproliferation regime. This report focuses on following up on PIR Center’s recommendations on implementation of the article VI of the NPT and creation of the WMD-Free Zone in the Middle East: two main challenging areas that can potentially damage the whole nuclear nonproliferation regime architecture – or strengthen it, if dealt with properly and in a timely manner.

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PIR Center, June 18, 2015

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