​Global Nuclear Regulation & Nuclear Disarmament

Global nuclear regulation refers to the framework of treaties, agreements, and institutions that oversee the development, use, and control of nuclear energy and materials to ensure safety, security, and non-proliferation. The primary goal is to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and promote peaceful uses of nuclear energy. On the other hand, nuclear disarmament involves the reduction and eventual elimination of nuclear weapons worldwide. It aims to reduce the risk of nuclear war and promote global security.

Key Institutions and Treaties

  • International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA): Promotes peaceful use of nuclear energy, ensures nuclear safety and security, and implements safeguards ....
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