A sustainable WMD nonprolferation strategy for East Africa: Connecting the WMD nonproliferation agenda with local border security needs to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes
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Over the course of the last 60 years, the international community built a weapons of mass destruction (WMD) nonproliferation regime aimed at preventing the spread of nuclear, biological and chemical weapons. The Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty and the Conventions on Chemical and Biological Weapons are key pillars of that regime. More recent additions include such measures as United Nations Security Council Resolution 1540 and the Proliferation Security Initiative.
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