Nuclear Proliferation Affecting The World in a Negative Way
For the past thirty years, Iran and North Korea have been trying to develop and design a nuclear warhead, nowadays; American spies say that Iran has built a Uranium enrichment plant on Qum. Uranium enrichment is the hardest step in order to produce nuclear weapon, and North Korea has already tested nuclear weapons the past years. This is a way to prove that nuclear proliferation keeps increasing in the world and this could balance the world power in a negative way. If states that are directly against each other keep increasing their nuclear arsenal, the world could be ruled or at least influenced by an unstable military power determined by actions made with nuclear weapons. By now, only the strongest military and economic nations possess nuclear warheads and these countries maintain good political and democratic relations between each others except India and Pakistan. The fact that only this nations own nuclear weapons keep the world safe because they know that they will not use those weapons, however many nations such us Iran North Korea and Libya have been trying to obtain one for the past years. No matter what the U.N does, proliferation keeps increasing and new nations try to obtain nuclear warheads, in addition, the more nuclear bombs are in the world the easiest is to trade them among terrorist, in the past years several terrorist groups have been involved in trading nuclear arms in the black market. This is why if Nations Like Iran, North Korea And Libya continue to try to produce nuclear energy to use it as bombs warheads the world’s security can became unstable, because “Only if we abolish nuclear weapons and permanently halt the nuclear power industry we can hope to survive,” and like this avoid terrorist bands which are one of the world’s biggest security concern to acquire nuclear arms from the black market. After the after the United States of America entered the Second World war on September 7, 1941 and ended it dropping the first nuclear bomb ever built, the world ended up having two superpowers controlling the world in a bipolar way. The Soviet Union and USA were the only two nations that had nuclear warheads under their possession making them the most dangerous and military strongest countries on Earth. During the cold war, the United States and the USSR increased their nuclear arsenal at a rate that the whole world could be destroyed by it. In addition to the Soviet Union and the United States of America, Great Britain was the third country having nuclear bombs by 1952 and successively, France, the Republic of China, South Africa, India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea. This could put the world into a very dangerous situation since, many states or nations without possession of this mass destruction weapons know about the capabilities they have and might want to obtain them in order to use them as a source of political power over the world. Once the United States, Russia, Great Britain, France, and the Republic of China acquired nuclear weapons, the United Nations opened a Non Proliferation Treaty in 1968, whose objective is to prevent the construction of new nuclear weapon, the spread of weapons technology, to support cooperation in the use of peaceful nuclear energy and to strength the goal of achieving a nuclear disarmament. By now, a hundred eighty seven nations have signed the treaty including five countries that possesses nuclear arms. There were three important countries that did not sign the treaty because they way on their way to produce nuclear arsenal, and a couple of years later Pakistan and India indeed tested some of their nuclear weapons. Moreover, North Korea withdrew from the Non Proliferation Treaty in January 2003 and worked in order to obtain nuclear warheads. This reflects on how the United Nations has tried unsuccessfully to stop nuclear proliferation, since only South Africa gave up all their entire nuclear...
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