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Will the U.S. implement the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty?

  • Yes, the USA will implement the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

    es, the USA will implement the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. I
    think that the USA will implement the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban
    Treaty. I do not think there is any reason to say why they wouldn't. If
    the United States of America were to implement the program, it would be
    beneficial for a lot of countries and nations in the world.

  • Blowing up the world is such a thing of the past

    There was a time when every leader in the world seemed to threaten they will blow up the world if anyone messes with them. Now, not so much. Leaders are actually seeing what effects all this war is having on the environment. Nuclear weapons are the quickest way to destroy the planet. They will implement the treaty eventually.

  • Yes, the USA will implement the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

    I think that the USA will implement the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. I do not think there is any reason to say why they wouldn't. If the United States of America were to implement the program, it would be beneficial for a lot of countries and nations in the world.

  • Not Just Up To The US

    At this time, I would say the United States is not going to implement the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. The reason it is not in use is because it has not been ratified. The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty comes out of the UN and is not in total control of the US government.

  • No the U.S. will not implement the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Trety

    The treaty will not be implemented because the U.S wants to make sure that it remains a defensive powerhouse. The country cannot stay a powerhouse without full access and control over its nuclear weapons. The U.S will not implement the treaty because it does not want limitations being placed on its nuclear activity.


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