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Nuclear Weapons Ban Monitor 2022 is out

As fear of nuclear war surged to the highest levels since the Cold War in 2022, the global arsenal of nuclear weapons available for use by the armed forces of the nine nuclear-armed states has increased, shows the latest edition of the Nuclear Weapons Ban Monitor, which was launched on 29 March 2023. See the key findings and download the report here.

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A man gestures in front of an evacuation train at Kyiv central train station on 4 March 2022, days after Russia invaded Ukraine and President Vladimir Putin instructed the Russian defence ministry to place Russia’s nuclear forces on a ‘special regime of combat duty’. Photo: Sergei Chuzakov/AFP/NTB

Nuclear Weapons Ban Monitor 2022

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