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Media coverage | 18 September 2019

Risks of nuclear accident, misjudgement or miscalculation have not been higher since the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis

Chairman, Des Browne, interviewed by the Voice of America on the release of an ELN joint statement ahead of the UN General Assembly on the need for a renewed commitment to nuclear diplomacy.

“In particular, the arms control architecture that we’ve depended on for decades is eroding. And just to complicate matters further, new technologies are being developed, which intermingled with nuclear weapons are generating not only unregulated capacity, but risks that we’ve never seen before,” Browne said.