conference on disarmament

Make progress or risk redundancy, UN chief warns world disarmament body

A new global vision for arms control is needed and States must not “sleepwalk” into a new nuclear arms race, the UN Secretary-General said on Monday.

‘Compelling case’ for urgency around global disarmament, UN-led forum told

Michael Møller, head of the UN in Geneva, has warned delegates to the Conference on Disarmament that cyber-security challenges, and the existence of new weapons systems and technologies, are not being sufficiently addressed or reflected in current arms control regimes.

Face 21st century realities on disarmament, says UN’s Kim

Efforts to kick-start talks on ridding the world of weapons of mass destruction have begun in Geneva, with a call for an end to the “stalemate” that’s bogged down disarmament discussions for decades.

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