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Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons Approved at United Nations
Under the new treaty, signatory states must agree not to develop, test, manufacture or possess nuclear weapons, or threaten to use them, or allow any nuclear arms to be stationed on their territory. The treaty was endorsed by 122 countries at the United Nations headquarters in New York on July 7, 2017, after months of talks in the face of strong opposition from nuclear-armed states and their allies.
Trump has escalated the level of U.S. threats on North Korea and Iran, ratcheted up lies about Iran, and continued personal insults aimed at North Korea’s ruler (and Trump’s own Secretary of State) to the point that right wing Republican Senator Bob Corker said Trump is setting the United States “on the path to World War III.”