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Is a stable world possible without nuclear arms control treaties

The problem of nuclear arms control has become obvious for the international scientific community even prior to the tests at the test site in Alamogordo. In the period of the Second World war, winner of the Nobel prize in physics N. Bohr worked on the establishment of a multilateral dialogue between the US, the UK and the Soviet Union on the development of nuclear weapons. The first Institute of nuclear non-proliferation regime began to take shape in 50 years: in 1957, was established by the IAEA and Euratom, to ensure the peaceful use of nuclear technology. At the Geneva meeting of the 1955 first discussed the issue of arms reduction.

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