Iran’s plans to violate a central tenet of the 2015 nuclear deal by exceeding limits placed on enriched uranium “will be the final blow to an agreement that the United States mortally wounded a year ago,” according to Barbara Slavin, director of the Atlantic Council’s Future of Iran Initiative.
Whatever our expectations in disarmament and non-proliferation were a few years ago, they have now changed – and certainly for the worse. The global nuclearnon-proliferation regime, the strategic stability between the major powers and other states, are at risk. In addition, the serious challenges to progress toward nuclear disarmament and arms control have increased in recent years.
source: Proceedings of the N.EX.T. Generation,Volume 45 of the Publication Series on Democracy
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