January 2008
International Justice & Impunity: The Case of the United States;2008, p23
In this article the author focuses on the issue of the abolition of nuclear weapons globally. He says that more then half of the countries have signed treaties by declaring themselves nuclear free agreed not to have the nuclear weapons. The author also says that the nuclear-weapon-free-zones exist around the world and the area is expanding.


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