Tuesday, May 4, 2010

NPT Conference

The one-month-long Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Conference kicked off in the United Nations on 3 May। The purpose of this conference is to take steps for the implementation of the NPT. In this regard, the resolve has been displayed that the United States will put pressure on India and Pakistan, which are not presently signatory to this treaty, to sign the treaty.

Realism and Justice
The nuclear threats facing the entire world are no secret to anyone। If some mistake or accident led to the usage of these nukes, no one will be able to save the world from an endlessly perennial destruction.

Therefore, it is the duty of the international community that it should take steps to bring through the world from this serious menace। However, these steps should be based on realism and justice.

Objective of Conference
A few days ago, Nuclear Security Summit took place in the United States। The purpose of this conference was to purify the world of nuclear weapons. But, with the passage of time, the verity has been blossomed out that the global powers expend such conferences in order to persecute the developing countries.

The declarations of such conferences are for the most part unjust with the sole aim of harboring the objectives of the global powers। Now, take the issue of NPT; the global powers have ambidextrous policy in this regard.

Discriminatory Attitude
On one hand, a peaceful country like India is forced to sign NPT, and on the other, in spite of all kinds of irresponsibilities, Israel has never been brought under pressure, until today। In fact, the global peace confronts dire threats from Israel than any other country.

It will have to excogitate equitable policies, if the United Nations is willing to see this conference successful.

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