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After the NPT Conference

Vladimir Orlov

“No monumental breakthrough was achieved – but then again, nothing special was expected. More positive atmosphere around the treaty, confirmation of its viability which I'm sure all the participants can agree on – these positive outcomes alone are sufficient to start working, without any great fanfare, on all the problems accumulated over the years. The one thing that should not be allowed is repeating the mistake made in 1995, when after the treaty was extended indefinitely, everyone relaxed and did nothing,” – writes Editor-in-Chief of the Security Index journal Vladimir Orlov describing the outcome of the 2010 NPT Review Conference.

After the NPT Conference (full text)


SECURITY INDEX №4 (93), 2010