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China releases first report on global nuclear posture review

China's first report on global nuclear posture review was officially released in Beijing days ago. Released by the Research Center for Arms Control and International Security under the China Institute of International Studies, the report gave a briefing on and review of global nuclear events over the past year. This is the first report on the global nuclear posture review publicly released by a Chinese academic research institute.

With a total of about 230,000 Chinese characters, the report, named Global Nuclear Posture Review: 2010/2011, is divided into such chapters as nuclear policy and nuclear strategy, nuclear power, nuclear disarmament, nuclear security, regional nuclear issues, international organizations and nuclear issues and so on. From an international perspective, the report endeavors to voice China's stand on the nuclear issues under global attention.

Dr. Teng Jianqun, one of the main authors of the report and research fellow of the Research Center for Arms Control and International Security, maintained that opportunities and challenges coexist in the global nuclear field, and the Global Nuclear Posture Review is expected to become an annual regular report that voices China�s stand on the global nuclear issues.

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