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Small but mighty, Pacific states have led the charge for banning nuclear weapons | Emily Defina

21.01.2021
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A global treaty prohibiting nuclear weapons becomes international law today. But the fight to rid the world of these dismal weapons continues.In 1995, thousands of people marched peacefully hand-in-hand through the Tahitian capital of Pape'ete. The palm-lined streets were awash with songs of protest.On a nearby shorefront, Cook Islanders had just arrived by traditional voyaging canoe: a vaka. They were there to deliver a message of solidarity with their island neighbours, en route to the nuclear test site of Moruroa. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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