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December 20, 2013

[DRAFT: Hiroshima Report 2013] Contents

Following is a draft version, which is subject to be updated or revised. Your comments and feedbacks are welcome!

Countries surveyed
  • Nuclear-weapon states under the NPT: China, France, Russia, United Kingdom and United States)
  • Non-state parties to the NPT: India, Israel and Pakistan
  • Non-nuclear-weapon states under the NPT:  Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Egypt, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, South Africa, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, Syria, Turkey, UAE
  • Other: North Korea

(Link will be attached when draft is available)
1. Nuclear Disarmament 
(2) Commitment to Achieve a World without Nuclear Weapons
        - Obama’s Berlin Speech
        - Open-Ended Working Group
        - High-Level Meeting on Nuclear Disarmament
        - Oslo Conference
        - Joint Statement at the NPT PrepCom
        - Joint Statement at the First Committee
        - Response from Nuclear-Weapon States
   A) Reduction of nuclear weapons
   B) A concrete plan for further reduction of nuclear weapons
   C) Trends on strengthening/modernizing nuclear weapons capabilities
   A) Current status of the roles and significance of nuclear weapons in national security strategies and policies, as well as military alliance
   B) Commitment to the “sole purpose,” no first use, and related doctrines
   C) Negative security assurances
   D) Signing and ratifying the protocols of the treaties on nuclear-weapon-free zones
   E) Relying on extended nuclear deterrence
(6) CTBT
   A) Signing and ratifying the CTBT
   B) Moratorium on nuclear test explosions pending CTBT's entry into force
   C) Cooperation with the CTBTO Preparatory Commission
   D) Contribution to the development of the CTBT verification systems
   E) Nuclear testing
(7) FMCT
(8) Transparency in nuclear forces, fissile material for nuclear weapons, and nuclear strategy/doctrine
(9) Verification of nuclear weapons reductions
   A) Implementing or planning dismantlement of nuclear warheads and their delivery vehicles
   B) Decommissioning/conversion of nuclear weapons-related facilities
   C) Measures for the fissile material declared excess for military purposes, such as disposition or conversion to peaceful purposes
(11) Disarmament and non-proliferation education and cooperation with civil society

2. Nuclear Non-Proliferation 
   A) Accession to the NPT
   B) Compliance with Article 1 and 2 of the NPT and the UNSC Resolutions on Non-Proliferation
   C) Establishment of the Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zones
   A) Signing and Ratifying a Safeguards Agreement
   B) Compliance with the IAEA Safeguards Agreement
   A) Establishment and implementation of the national implementation system
   B) Requiring the Conclusion of the Additional Protocol for Nuclear Export
   C) Implementation of the UNSCR on North Korean and Iranian nuclear issues
   D) Participation in the PSI
   E) Civil nuclear cooperation with non-parties to the NPT

3. Nuclear Security 

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