Podium: 'Multilateral Dialogue Is Frustrating, Slow, and the Only Option' ; from an Address by the Head of the International Atomic Energy Agency to the United Nations Conference on Nuclear Weapons, in New York
Elbaradei, Mohamed, The Independent (London, England)
Nuclear-weapon states continue to rely on nuclear weapons, because they have developed no alternative to nuclear deterrence. In order to accelerate the elimination of all nuclear weapons, we must channel our creativity and resources towards the development of an alternative system for collective security.
For non-nuclear-weapon states, one of two conditions can exist. In some cases, they have become dependent on their alliances with nuclear-weapon states " under a security umbrella that also rests on deterrence. In other cases, states feel unprotected because of the absence of such an umbrella. Here, too, we must find a solution. We must do our utmost to create a …
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Publication information: Article title: Podium: 'Multilateral Dialogue Is Frustrating, Slow, and the Only Option' ; from an Address by the Head of the International Atomic Energy Agency to the United Nations Conference on Nuclear Weapons, in New York. Contributors: Elbaradei, Mohamed - Author. Newspaper title: The Independent (London, England). Publication date: May 4, 2005. Page number: 34. © 2009 The Independent - London. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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