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1 Identifying Collaborative Actions to Reduce Today's Nuclear Dangers 1 (2021)

handle is hein.unl/idgclbas0001 and id is 1 raw text is: Building collaborative action calls for mutual acknowledge-
ment that States and persons do not fit into simple boxes or
camps (e.g. deterrers versus disarmers); all stakeholders
must avoid the trap of oversimplifying and downplaying the
views of others.
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Collaborative action will be made more likely by a recognition
that ethics and morality are not the exclusive purview of any
one perspective: belief in the moral requirement to pursue
nuclear disarmament is in tension with belief in the moral
requirement to deter where nuclear deterrence is still required.

Strengthened efforts equally are needed to try to transcend
the differences among States as well as among officials and
experts within them.
In pursuit of collaborative action, States should build on, but
also go beyond, the original arms control and disarmament
architecture. Ways to do so are discussed in this paper.
Pursuit of collaborative action to reduce nuclear dangers will
require crafting an overall agenda that defines priorities
among the many actions set out here in a way that blunts
more immediate rising dangers, seizes emerging opportuni-
ties, and translates initial success into sustained successes.

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