POL208Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Candu Reactor, Cim-10 Bomarc, Smiling Buddha

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What canada has done to stop/slow the spread of nuclear weapons. Major international treaties (that canada has signed on to) 1963 limited test ban used to test bombs in outer space, deep under water (now illegal) 1968 npt (using uranium for medical reasons, reactors, etc is okay but not for nuclear bombs) Canada has promoted many treaties that have not gone into affect. O comprehensive test ban (int"l agreement to stop all weapons testing) O fissile material cut-off treaty (prohibit further production of fissile material for nuclear weapons) Global partnership program (to help weapons programs creators find jobs) O ex to prevent soviet scientists, security guards of previous nuclear programs that are out of job and underpaid to going to places like iran and. O canada also played a large role in securing material and preventing it from falling into the wrong hands.

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