The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty awaits the advice and consent of the Senate for ratification by the US. The CTBT offers the US substantial security and political benefits by arresting the further development of nuclear weapons by the nuclear powers and by uniting the US and the vast majority of other states in an effective global regime against nuclear proliferation.
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March 01 1998
The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
An agreement to prohibit all nuclear explosions of any yield, at any location, for any purpose and for all time has been signed by the President and is now in the hands of the US Senate.
Physics Today 51 (3), 24–29 (1998);
Jeremiah D. Sullivan; The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty. Physics Today 1 March 1998; 51 (3): 24–29. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.882182
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