Now that nuclear weapons are illegal, the Pacific demands truth on decades of testing | Dimity Hawkins
With a 50th nation ratifying it, the treaty outlawing nuclear weapons for all countries will come into force in 90 days
Nuclear weapons will soon be illegal. Just over 75 years since their devastation was first unleashed on the world, the global community has rallied to bring into force a ban through the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.
Late on Saturday night in New York, the 50th country – the central American nation of Honduras – ratified the treaty.