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A Pragmatic Approach for Negotiating a Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty

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A Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices is a natural next step on the multinational nuclear arms control agenda. Despite interest among key states and excessive stockpiles of fissile material, a formalized cut-off has yet to materialize. A new pragmatic approach for negotiating an FMCT patterned after the recent Mine Ban Treaty is presented as a potential model. Sweden, together with the other countries of the New Agenda Coalition, is identified as a possible candidate to take the lead and host an alternative FMCT negotiation process.

Affiliations: 1: Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, P.O.Box 8159 dep., N-0033 Oslo, Norway


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