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Recent meetings in Europe and Asia illustrate the barriers to a nuclear-weapons free world

Woodstock Sentinel Review
September 15, 2017
By Erika Simpson

Will the U.S. actually strike North Korea’s nuclear facilities and annihilate its capital Pyongyang someday soon? For now, the confrontation between the two countries widely seen as more hot air coming from their leaders, Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un. But high-level diplomatic discussions last month in Brussels at NATO headquarters and in Astana, Kazakhstan, during a five-day meeting on new nuclear dangers indicate more action is needed if the world is going to create a culture of peace and end these kinds of threats.
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