The international committee has been pushing others to ratify to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) since its creation in the 1970s. This piece of paper has been signed by almost all of the countries of the world except the US.
How can the arrival of new nuclear states be any good for the citizens of the world? Most of these states are backed by the Kremlin and have a malicious intent against the USA and its allies. We have all seen trouble that is caused by the DPRK during their development of this type of weapon.
Allowing other countries to create this type of weapon can create chaos among their neighbours and have a tremendous impact in international relations with other countries. Without correct regulations and restrictions on the development and production of nuclear armament in place on the international scene, we should not allow their proliferation.
Security should be brought up and considered by the Nuclear Weapons Possessor States (NMP states) in particular since they are most at risk of being targeted by these attacks causing a great deal of damage to its citizens. Measures responding to this problem should be in place before any other country even considers their own nuclear program.
To say the least, no other country should have nuclear weapons other than the five veto powers on the UNSC and swift and decisive action must be take upon those who infringe this.
The United States of America will stand up for the people of the world as they have for decades and will ensure a proper use for this type of technology. Their delegate in the IAEA recently voiced their opinion reconfirming the preceding statements in a press conference. This is a sign of true change to come.
Victor Cruz - Fox News