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Book Review: After the Bomb – Reflections on India's Nuclear Journey
Despite this realisation, the failure on the part of the author to make even a fleeting reference to the importance of the McCloy-Zorin Accords on Agreed Principles for General and Complete Disarmament, signed between the U.S and the USSR in 1961, is a ...
The Partial Test Ban Treaty Reconsidered
While intense negotiations took place in the Eighteen Nation Disarmament Committee (ENDC, which was constituted by the UN General Assembly for implementing the McCloy-Zorin Accord) for concluding a comprehensive test ban treaty, nothing came out of ...
The Tragic Fate of Rajiv Gandhi's 'Action Plan'
Rajiv Gandhi's 'Action Plan' had essentially resurrected the long forgotten 'McCloy-Zorin Accord on General and Complete Disarmament' [2], which the UNGA had unanimously adopted as resolution No. A/RES/1722(XVI) on 20 December 1961. The 'Action ...
Ike's “Chance for Peace,” Revisited
Although the United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted the McCloy-Zorin Accord on 20 December 1961 and specific steps were initiated to proceed to that ultimate goal, the entire process was thwarted by the assassination of President ...
NPT and the Challenge of Nuclear Disarmament
Three events – the McCloy-Zorin Accord of 20.09.1961, President Kennedy's “Freedom From War” speech before the UN General Assembly on 25.

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