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Le secrétaire général de l’ONU, Antonio Guterres a poussé un cri d’alarme en ouvrant la 10e conférence d’examen du traité internationale de non-prolifération (TNP) des armes nucléaires. © Ed Jones / AFP volcano The UN Secretary General, Antonio Guterres pushed a cry of alarm by opening the 10th Examination of the International Non-Proliferation Treaty (TNP) of weapons nuclear.

Eliminate nuclear weapons so that they are never used. This is the call of the United Nations in these days when the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are commemorated.

"Today, humanity is only a misunderstanding, an error in nuclear annihilation" , said Antonio Guterres. The Secretary General of the United Nations opened the conference which brought together the 191 states having signed the nuclear non-proliferation treaty .

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His alert and his call for states responsibility tragically resonate in these days when the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki are commemorated. These cities were destroyed in a few moments on August 6 and 9, 1945. More than 200,000 men, women and children were killed. Innumerable wounded have suffered from atrocious burns, leukemia, cancer ...

Despite their appalling consequences, humanity continues to make these ever -deadly weapons: "Today [...] the bombs are thirty times higher than those Who were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki , estimates Emmanuelle Galichet, doctor of nuclear physics. In the event of generalized nuclear conflict, it is likely that all life would be destroyed on the surface of the earth ”, (1).

Risks are multiplying. Iran announces that it can have the atomic weapon. North Korea thinks that this weapon will ensure its safety. Dictator Kim Jong-un saw the fate of Ukraine. In the 1990s, she had sold her stock of nuclear weapons in exchange for the protection of the Russian Federation, the United States, the United Kingdom and then France and China (2). But 28 years later, Russia invaded Ukraine after annexed Crimea in 2014.

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states that already have nuclear weapons whose France participates in this mad race. To modernize their arsenals, they make new weapons and ever faster vectors to the point of making a nuclear attack unstoppable. They also bet on their ability to perfectly control their arsenals (3). But a technological accident with dramatic consequences is possible.

Not to mention the risks specific to nuclear warnings on alert: 1,800 in 2020 on more than 13,400: "We have been extremely lucky until now , observed Antonio Guterres. But luck is not a strategy to prevent geopolitical tensions from degenerating into nuclear conflict.

threatening to use nuclear weapons at the start of the Ukraine war, Russia went from deterrence to blackmail. It also runs the risk of a nuclear accident worse than that of Chernobyl . Because its soldiers without nuclear competence occupy the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, that of Zaporijia in Ukraine: "All the principles of nuclear security are flouted" , alerts the director of the International Agency for the Atomic energy, Rafaël Grosi. The power station is "completely out of control" . It’s “extremely dangerous” .

We live on a volcano. Will the United Nations Conference take measures that meet the dangers? “Future generations are counting on your commitment to get out of this chasm, said Antonio Guterres to the States. eliminating nuclear weapons is the only guarantee that they are never used. In the 1990s, tens of thousands of warheads have been destroyed and those that exist can be in ten years (3). It is therefore possible and essential for the survival of humanity.

(1) "Understanding the nuclear threat", Mr. Ferrer and R. Aubert (2) "Memorandum de Budapest" (3) "Rethinking nuclear choices", B. Pelopidas, ed. Political science.

(*) Director of editorial research.

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