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CFR On the Record

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So i believe that's the route to go i think that's the way to rid the world of these weapons of mass nightmare and i think six us pre six previous us secretaries of state are on the record in the wall street journal that that is the right path to go but that was some time ago but now the possibilities there underground rid this a total ban on nuclear weapons and i think we should take it we should arctic to scrivener has the iranian government articulated a position on north korea because at the moment it is busy expanding both its nuclear as well as its missile inventory me believe that nuclear weapons do not augment anybody security our objection to nuclear weapons does not recognize friendorfoe we simply billy believed that nuclear weapons are unacceptable and in our view egal because of the consequences argued for ninety minutes in 1990 six before the icj that any use of nuclear weapons would be illegal because it violates most basic principles of international humanitarian law and that is our position our position is that nuclear weapons are unacceptable argue logically from our ideological point of view that nuclear weapons are not acceptable strategically that nuclear weapons do not augment anybody's security that nuclear deterrence is baloney sure.