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Nuclear Proliferation: The History of Nuclear Proliferation LEARNING RESOURCE

South Korean protesters in gas masks shout anti-North Korean slogans during a rally in Seoul on January 11, 2003, a day after North Korea withdrew from the Treaty on the Nonproliferation of Nuclear Weapons.

Source: Kim Kyung Hoon/Reuters

Grade Level Grades 9-12, Higher Education


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In this resource from World101, students will learn what the most significant attempts at stopping the spread of nuclear weapons have been, and whether or not they have succeeded.

World101 is a free collection of multimedia resources on the fundamentals of international relations and foreign policy. Designed to help your students understand the essential issues, forces, and actors that shape global affairs, World101 aims to support teachers with its videos, charts, essays, and timelines that can easily be added to any part of your lesson plan.

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