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Hiroshima for Global Peace

Area Summary

(1) Nuclear Disarmament

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6-point Nuclear Disarmament Radar Charts

According to the following radar charts illustrating where each nuclear-weapon state stands with respect to different aspects of nuclear disarmament, China is required to improve its efforts for nuclear weapons reduction and transparency. To a lesser extent, France could be more transparent regarding its nuclear weapon-related issues. Russia and the United States are urged to undertake further reductions of their nuclear arsenals. The performance of the United Kingdom is relatively well-balanced.

Number – Number of nuclear weapons
Reduction– Reduction of nuclear weapons
Commitments– Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW)
– Commitments to achieving a world without nuclear weapons
– Disarmament and non-proliferation education and cooperation with the civil society
– Hiroshima and Nagasaki Peace Memorial Ceremonies
Operational policy– Diminishing roles and significance of nuclear weapons in the national security strategies and policies
– De-alerting, or measures for maximizing decision time to authorize the use of nuclear weapons
Multilateral treaties– Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT)
– Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty (FMCT)
Transparency– Transparency regarding nuclear forces, fissile material for nuclear weapons, and nuclear strategy/doctrine
– Verification of nuclear weapons reductions
– Irreversibility

(2) Nuclear Non-Proliferation

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(3) Nuclear Security

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