1945

Treaty on the non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

The danger of the proliferation of nuclear weapons was recognized from the beginning of the nuclear era. In 1946, by its very first resolution, resolution 1 (I), the General Assembly addressed itself to the need to ensure that nuclear energy would be used solely for peaceful purposes and even in that early period one of the aims of the initiatives taken was to forestall the spread of nuclear weapons.

Related Subject(s): Disarmament
Sustainable Development Goals:
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