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Actually, their policies seem to be based on the indefinite retention of nuclear weapons. If this is what we are in for, the NPT will be unsustainable. For the distinction between states permitted to have nuclear weapons and those proscribed from having them was meant to be a temporary, not a permanent, condition. If the United States, the mightiest power in the world, resolves that it needs nuclear weapons for its security, how can one expect states that have real cause to feel insecure to forgo such weapons?
Additional support was provided by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Christopher Reynolds Foundation, the Samuel Rubin Foundation, and the Area Foundation. 29 THE IMPASSE IN NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT A Special Statement by The Council of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs 4 October 1998 Nuclear disarmament is at an impasse. START II remains unratified by the Russian Duma. USRussian efforts to improve and expedite the management and disposition of fissile material stocks have slowed down.
Meanwhile, scientists from the nuclear establishments in the other nuclear weapon states should begin to collaborate as the Americans and Russians do. For example, they might begin joint research on measures for verifying nuclear disarmament. The more creative thinking on this topic the better. And besides, when, after START III, the disarmament process becomes a multilateral one, as it must, the governments and publics in each of the nuclear weapon states will want to be advised, by their own scientists, about the strengths and limitations of the available verification.