Russia Sets Bar High on Arms Control

Weitz, Richard
September 2012
World Politics Review (19446284);9/11/2012, p2
The article examines Russia's pronouncements on nuclear nonproliferation. It notes that the Nonproliferation Conference held in Moscow, Russia in September 2012 invoked Russia's commitments to strengthen the principles of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT). Russian officials asserted the necessity of expanding the regional coverage of nuclear weapons-free zones and the holding of a Middle East Conference on weapons of mass destruction.


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