What do you think was the biggest humanitarian disarmament success story in 2014?
The Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons and the Austrian Pledge.
The Arms Trade Treaty becoming international law [entering into force] on Dec. 24.
Increase in states concerned about the use of explosive weapons in populated areas.
The Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict.
Rising international profile of the Toxic Remnants of War Project and issues of environment in conflict.
Wide-spread condemnation of the use of cluster munitions in Syria.
The U.S. banning landmines everywhere in the world with the exception of Korea.
Clearpath Robotics becoming the first commercial company in the world to support a ban on killer robots.
Iraq calling for a treaty banning depleted uranium weapons.
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