The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty

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Wisconsin Law Review, Vol. 1968, page(s): 766-785


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When the United States was the only nuclear power in the world, we thought one was too many. Efforts since then to inhibit the spread of nuclear weapons to other countries have resulted in widespread agreement this year on a nonproliferation treaty. This commentary will describe the background of the treaty, summarize its main provisions, and discuss some questions of interpretation which have arisen.

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