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Nuclear insecurity summit

The Non-Proliferation Treaty obliges the “P5 nations” – the United States, Russia, Britain, France and China – to negotiate in good faith for the complete elimination of their nuclear weapons. But the leaders of these nations continue to make excuses for their failure to act. Their belief in the effectiveness and legitimacy of nuclear deterrence remains strong. ICAN is working hard to challenge the hypocrisy that abounds in the nuclear debate.

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An introduction to ICAN

In this introductory video, we summarize the continuing nuclear threat: Which countries have nuclear weapons? How many? What risk do they pose to our future? The video highlights the successes of the anti-nuclear movement to date, and the work that needs to be done in the final sprint to a global ban on nuclear weapons. Will you join us?