Visitors view a photo showing North Korea's missile launch at the Unification Observation Post in Paju, South Korea, on December 13, 2019. Photo: AP Visitors view a photo showing North Korea's missile launch at the Unification Observation Post in Paju, South Korea, on December 13, 2019. Photo: AP
Visitors view a photo showing North Korea's missile launch at the Unification Observation Post in Paju, South Korea, on December 13, 2019. Photo: AP
Ban Ki-Moon
Opinion

Opinion

Ban Ki-Moon

Nuclear proliferation needs a multilateral response just as much as the coronavirus pandemic

  • The global nuclear weapons stockpile still stands at 13,400 warheads even three decades after the Cold War, with tensions rising across the world
  • Pious words about Hiroshima and Nagasaki will ring hollow if today’s nuclear powers do not take concrete steps to reduce their arsenals

Visitors view a photo showing North Korea's missile launch at the Unification Observation Post in Paju, South Korea, on December 13, 2019. Photo: AP Visitors view a photo showing North Korea's missile launch at the Unification Observation Post in Paju, South Korea, on December 13, 2019. Photo: AP
Visitors view a photo showing North Korea's missile launch at the Unification Observation Post in Paju, South Korea, on December 13, 2019. Photo: AP
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