By Tom Sauer | May 4, 2017
The start of multilateral negotiations for a nuclear ban treaty will lead to renewed discussions about the role of nuclear weapons in NATO. It is an opportunity to review the alliance’s nuclear weapons policy in light of this new international dynamic. NATO’s nonnuclear members should help denuclearize the organization or at least push nuclear weapons back to the national realm.
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Issue: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Volume 73 Issue 3
Keywords: NATO, nuclear ban treaty, nuclear weapons
Topics: Nuclear Weapons