November 1957
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Nov1957, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p343
The article talks about the nuclear disarmament discussions in London, England. It was stated that the session has been adjourned on September 6, 1957 without agreement. A partial first-step agreement has been the focused of the five delegations who attended the session. Moreover, various plans were presented by Japan, India and Soviet Union on the immediate ban of nuclear testing, during the first days of the twelfth United Nation Assembly session, which started on September 17, 1957. Information about other topics tackled in the session is discussed.


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