Nuclear Test Ban Treaty NPR's Diplomatic Correspondent Ted Clark reports a former chairman of the US Joint Chiefs has recommended new steps to bolster support for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban. The treaty was rejected by the Senate in 1999. In a report to President Clinton, Retired General John Shalikashvili recommends a number of steps aimed at overcoming opposition to the pact.

Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

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NPR's Diplomatic Correspondent Ted Clark reports a former chairman of the US Joint Chiefs has recommended new steps to bolster support for the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban. The treaty was rejected by the Senate in 1999. In a report to President Clinton, Retired General John Shalikashvili recommends a number of steps aimed at overcoming opposition to the pact.