International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe
Summary: The non-proliferation regime is a very important element of the broader nuclear order. That broader order involves restraint and deterrence in the potential use of nuclear weapons, commitments to preserve strategic stability, cooperation in preventing proliferation.
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