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APLN Statement to Protect the Iran Nuclear Deal

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A new
statement
from the Asia Pacific
Leadership Network
(APLN) calls on world leaders to protect the Iran
nuclear deal, warning that unilateral actions by the United States could
jeopardize the agreement, causing potential damaging repercussions in the Asia
Pacific. Signed by more than 50 political, diplomatic, military and civil
society leaders, the statement urges leaders to resolve crises diplomatically,
not militarily and argues that internationally negotiated agreements should be
respected by all parties.

The statement was signed by John Carlson, counselor to the
Nuclear Threat Initiative; Gareth Evans, former Foreign Minister of Australia; and
Ramesh Thakur, Co-Convenor of the Asia-Pacific Leadership Network, among
others.

Read the full
statement and view the full list of signatories here
, and read a recent
statement urging world leaders to sustain the Iran deal by the European
Leadership Network (ELN) here.

Learn
more
about these regional leadership networks to reduce nuclear risk.

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NTI Statement on the 2022 Nuclear Posture Review

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NTI Statement on the 2022 Nuclear Posture Review

"The NPR sets the right course by emphasizing dialogue and diplomacy, aiming to reduce the role of nuclear weapons in national security strategy."




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