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September 2012 Edition NSP News

"There is an urgent need, in these circumstances, for political leaders –- not only of the nuclear-armed states, but of the middle powers and others who have played a creative and constructive role in arms control issues in the past –- to take new initiatives to bring the movement for a nuclear weapons free world back to global centre-stage."
Asia Pacific Leadership Network


Twenty-five political diplomatic, military and scientific leaders from 14 Asia Pacific countries signed on to a new Asia Pacific Leadership Network statement expressing concern about the loss of momentum in efforts to achieve a world without nuclear weapons. The leaders’ statement also highlighted the need to focus energy and political will on both non-proliferation and disarmament by regional and world political leaders.

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