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ARTS1811 Final Research Essay

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ARTS1811 Final Research Essay
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Foreign relations Law Government Nuclear weapons Nuclear proliferation Iran–United States relations Politics of Iran Arms control Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Institute for Science and International Security Nuclear program of Iran Nuclear terrorism Hecker
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Foreign relations Law Government Nuclear weapons Nuclear proliferation Iran–United States relations Politics of Iran Arms control Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Institute for Science and International Security Nuclear program of Iran Nuclear terrorism Hecker
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Within a system of anarchy, nuclear abolition is a far-fetched ideal, but one nonetheless worth ultimately striving for. Moreover, the limitations to NGOs’ faculties reveal that the ultimate clout lies in individual states’ willingness to moderate their sovereignty and collaborate towards an international nuclear security system that strengthens the rule of law underpinning conventions such as the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) to prevent ISIS and Iran from capitalising on NW. As non-state actors such as ISIS are...
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