• Nuclear weapons: what's in store for Joe Biden and what can be expected of him

    Nuclear weapons: what's in store for Joe Biden and what can be expected of him

    The new President of the United States will have a busy agenda, but with regard to nuclear weapons control, he should be prompted to take measures fairly quickly that would significantly reverse the policy followed by his predecessor (described by IDN as' four years nuclear madness') while remaining faithful to the major bipartisan orientations of this dossier.
  • Treaty banning nuclear weapons: Ratified, but not by those with atomic weapons

    Treaty banning nuclear weapons: Ratified, but not by those with atomic weapons

    The 50th state, Honduras, has just ratified the treaty, allowing it to enter into force within 90 days. Sadly, it has not been signed by the main holders of the atomic weapon, including the United States, Britain, France, China and Russia.