RICR No. 859
The International Committee of the Red Cross and nuclear weapons: From Hiroshima to the dawn of the 21st century
Reading time 5 min de lecture
AbstractNuclear weapons raise fundamental questions which go to the very heart of international humanitarian law and of Red Cross assistance activities. Sixty years after Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the author describes the attempts of the International Committee of the Red Cross to deal with these weapons.