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Re-examining the 1996 ICJ Advisory Opinion: Concerning the Legality of Nuclear Weapons

Abstract

The primary objections raised against total elimination of nuclear weapons are built around a few arguments mostly of non-technical nature.

Nuclear weapons and the strategies for their use have resulted in the establishment of a vicious circle within which the international community is trapped.

The argument that the world will be unsafe without nuclear weapons is only meant to further the narrow self-interest of the nuclear weapon states and their allies.
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Revolution in Human Affairs: The Root of Societal Violence

At the time of writing, there is an obvious and tragic upheaval in the Arab world and a large number of other developing nations. Read More