Obama Expected to Urge "World Without Nuclear Weapons" in Hiroshima

Опубликовано 26 мая 2016, 19:27
On Friday, Barack Obama will become the fist sitting U.S. President to visit Hiroshima. The president will visit the memorial to the victims of the first atomic bombing and is expected to give a speech urging the world to move past the use of Nuclear Weapons. Obama has made similar remarks since at least 2009. But for some Japanese people, that rhetoric is not enough. Critics point out that the U.S. hasn't actually reduced it's commitment to nuclear weapons under the Obama administration. They are asking for the president to move past ideals and start implementing policies of nuclear reduction.

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