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Welcome to NPT TV 2010

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Live from the Review Conference of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) in New York, we will provide you with freshly made daily videos on the progress of the conference.

Is there a glimpse of hope towards disarmament? How do the various diplomatic delegations, from roughly 188 states, balance their respective interests between non-proliferation, civil use of nuclear energy and disarmament? Who pushes for what, and what are their intentions in doing so? What can we expect of the conference and what steps are being taken against the global nuclear threat?

Find out through our website, with daily updates and video-interviews with diplomats and NGOs highlighting the vastly different positions and perspectives on this essential issue for the survival of the species.

Also, be sure to check out the “Features” section from time to time, that’s where we’ll be gathering videos by topic so you can get all the relevant information on the issues that shape the negotiations around here.

We’ll report from the most important disarmament conference of at least the last decade throughout the whole of May. This concerns YOU directly, so stay tuned!

Your NPT TV Team

latest interviews

Final Doc: for Humanity & NGOs
Jonathan Granoff, President, Global Security Institute

Judging the Final Document
Rebecca Johnson, Director, Acronym Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy

Always the Next Generation
Natasha Barnes, Adviser, New Zealand Delegation

Is Consensus possible?
Anne Penketh, Program Director, British American Security Information Council

NAM on Discrimination
Pardohadiningrat Sudjadnan, Ambassador of Indonesia (Non-Aligned Movement)

Turkey explains deal with Brazil & Iran
Tacan Ildem, Ambassador of Turkey

National Positions vs. State Alliances
García Moritán, Ambassador of Argentina

Nuclear Energy as a solution for Africa
Boniface G. Chidyausiku, Ambassador of Zimbabwe (Chair of the 2009 PrepCom)

Ban Ki-moon’s 5-Point-Plan
Sergio Duarte, UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs

USA on Nuclear Weapons Complex-Investments
Glyn T. Davies, Ambassador of the USA to the IAEA

New Draft, as of May 27th
Ray Acheson, Program Director, Reaching Critical Will

Swiss NPT
Jürg Lauber, Ambassador of Switzerland

Mexico sees NGOs as Allies
Pablo Macedo, Ambassador of Mexico



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This is NPT TV, a website designed to keep you up to date on what’s happening at Non-Proliferation Treaty conferences.

We’re a team of students from Germany. We’ve been working to bring you easily digestible video updates on the state of nuclear disarmament since 2007.

Since then, we’ve produced over 500 interviews with NGOs and diplomats reporting on the proceedings of NPT conferences and examining underlying issues.

This is the 2010 edition of NPT TV, and we’re working hard to keep you updated even through the frenetic run-up to the final document being negotiated, so stay tuned!

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