Hiroshima Report 2022New Publication: Hiroshima Report 2022
On April 14, 2022 Hiroshima Organization for Global Peace (HOPe) announced the latest publication of the Hiroshima Report. The Hiroshima Report 2022 studies, analyzes and evaluates 36 countries’ performance on nuclear disarmament, non-proliferation, and nuclear security in 2021.
The Hiroshima Report 2022 lays out challenges for nuclear-weapon-states to work on nuclear disarmament, and introduces efforts made by non-nuclear-weapon states.
HOPe and Hiroshima Prefecture hope to make the Hiroshima Report more widely known in the world in order to bolster the worldwide momentum for the abolition of nuclear weapons and motivate each country to take new measures for nuclear disarmament, non-proliferation and nuclear security.
As the locality that recovered from the destruction caused by the first dropping of an atomic bomb, we will continue its various initiatives toward a world free from nuclear weapons.
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Special Message Toward a World without Nuclear Weapons
Executive Summary: Nuclear Trends in 2021
(2) Countries Surveyed in This Project
Chapter 1 Nuclear Disarmament
(1) Status of Nuclear Forces (estimates)
(2) Commitment to Achieving a World without Nuclear Weapons
(3) Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW)
(4) Reduction of Nuclear Weapons
(5) Diminishing the Roles and Significance of Nuclear Weapons in National Security Strategies and Policies
(6) De-alerting or Measures for Maximizing Decision Time to Authorize the Use of Nuclear Weapons
(9) Transparency in Nuclear Forces, Fissile Material for Nuclear Weapons, and Nuclear Strategy/Doctrine
(10) Nuclear Disarmament Verifications
(12) Disarmament and Non- Proliferation Education and Cooperation with Civil Society
(13) Hiroshima and Nagasaki Peace Memorial Ceremonies
Column 1 Prospects for U.S.-China Arms Control
Column 2 Concerning the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
Column 3 SDGs and the Nuclear Issue
Column 4 HOPe Youth Ambassadors Consider the Connection Between a Sustainable Future and Nuclear Weapons
Chapter 2 Nuclear Non-Proliferation
(1) Acceptance and Compliance with Nuclear Non-Proliferation Obligations
(2) IAEA Safeguards Applied t o the NPT NNWS
(3) IAEA Safeguards Applied to NWS and Non Parties to the NPT
(5) Implementing Appropriate Export Controls on Nuclear Related Items and Technologies
(6) Transparency in the Peaceful Use of Nuclear Energy
Column 5 An Issue Regarding Australia’s Acquisition Nuclear Submarines
Chapter 3 Nuclear Security
(1) Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials and Facilities
(2) Status of Accession to Nuclear Security and Safety-Related Conventions, Participation in Nuclear Security-Related Initiatives, and Application to Domestic Systems
(3) Efforts to Maintain and Improve the Highest Level of Nuclear Security
Column 6 Cyber Issues and Nuclear Security
Part II: Evaluation
Evaluation Points and Criteria
Chapter 2 Country-by-Country Summary
Non-Party to the NPT
Chronology (January-December 2021)
Hiroshima Report 2021 EditionHiroshima Report 2020 EditionHiroshima Report 2019 EditionHiroshima Report 2018 EditionHiroshima Report 2017 EditionHiroshima Report 2016 EditionHiroshima Report 2015 EditionHiroshima Report 2014 EditionHiroshima Report 2013 Edition
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