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WASHINGTON - DECEMBER 11: (L-R) Talad Masood, retired Pakistan secretary for defense production; Shankar Bajpai, former India secretary of the Ministry of External Affaris; Ambassador Richard Burt, former U.S. chief negotiator in the Strategic Arms Reduction Talks with the Soviet Union; Shaharyar Khan, former Pakistan foreign secretary; and Shashindra Tyagi, retired air chief marshal of the Indian Air Force, hold a news conference about the launch of the Global Zero initiative at the National Press Club December 11, 2008 in Washington, DC. The Global Zero initiative is working to achieve a binding agreement from governments around the world to eliminate all nuclear weapons through phased and verified reductions. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla)
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