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Nuclear ban dangerous says US expert

In June 122 UN member states adopted a Nuclear ban treaty in the UN General Assembly. The treaty will be opened for signing from September 20. 

If at least 50 states sign it, it will enter into force. But it will not be mandatory for those who don’t sign it. The Daily Maverick reports that in an interview last week, Robert Wood, US Permanent Representative to the Conference on Disarmament, said the ban treaty was potentially dangerous because it could undermine public support for nuclear deterrence among US allies. And this would come at a very dangerous time, with North Korea posing a “major existential threat” to the world by rapidly developing nuclear weapons and the ballistic missiles to deliver them. At the same time China and Russia were moving ahead quickly to modernise their nuclear stockpiles, Wood said.