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In 1946, in the great burst of hope and activity that followed the creation of the United Nations, this Assembly reached its first resolution.
In part, the resolution called for the creation of a commission to eliminate atomic weapons and other weapons of mass destruction.
Your predecessors in this Assembly understood the fatal flaw behind the use of these weapons.
That the only inheritance for the victor would be a broken and barren world.