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3) A majority of nations, nuclear have-nots, are now negotiating a historic United Nations treaty in New York to ban atomic weapons. Do you think it’s a futile exercise? What strong arguments do these countries possess to sign a treaty to ban nuclear weapons? Critically examine.

Topic:   Bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or affecting India’s interests 

3) A majority of nations, nuclear have-nots, are now negotiating a historic United Nations treaty in New York to ban atomic weapons. Do you think it’s a futile exercise? What strong arguments do these countries possess to sign a treaty to ban nuclear weapons? Critically examine. (200 Words)

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