At The Edge Of New Nuclear Weapons Race: In mid-April, a report gave by the United States State Department on “Adherence to and Compliance with Arms Control, Nonproliferation, and Disarmament Agreements and Commitments (Compliance Report)” raised worries that China may be directing atomic tests with low yields at its Lop Nur test site, infringing upon its Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) endeavors.
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What does C.T.B.T. Boycott Mean?
Why It Needs Authority?
Rivalry is Back
The most major shift since the 1990s is that the United States’ unipolar second is over, and key rivalry among critical forces has resurfaced. Russia and China are currently seen as ‘rivals’ by the United States. Its Nuclear Posture Review asserts that the United States faces new atomic threats as both Russia and China increase their reliance on nuclear weapons.