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Every Nation Must Contribute to Nuclear Disarmament

Jean de Gliniasty

Nuclear disarmament is not the exclusive domain of the United States and Russia. Active participation of other members of the nuclear five is an important issue on the international agenda. France's traditionally independent stance could give a new impetus to nuclear disarmament - or hold it back. French ambassador to Moscow Jean de Gliniasty spells out the French position in the new international environment.

Every Nation Must Contribute to Nuclear Disarmament


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SECURITY INDEX №1 (90), 2010

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