The ATOM Project

Hadjikyriacou, Savas; Vassilenko, Roman; Sieff, Martin
October 2012
Cadmus;Oct2012, Vol. 1 Issue 5, Part 1, p190
Academic Journal
The article presents information on an international initiative called the ATOM Project. The initiative is aimed at building global support for a permanent end to nuclear weapons testing and the total elimination of nuclear weapons. An international communications effort will be implemented by the ATOM Project and will develop follow-up steps to its educational awareness efforts.


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