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Chagai-I is the name given to the five underground nuclear tests conducted by Pakistan on 28 May 1998. The tests were performed at the Ras Koh Hills in the Chagai District of the Balochistan Province of Pakistan. The Chagai-I was conducted in a direct response to India's second nuclear tests. Nuclear weapon testings of both states resulted in a variety of economic sanctions on each other by number of major powers, particularly the United States and Japan. With the performance of the simultaneous atomic testing of the five nuclear devices, Pakistan, thus became the seventh nuclear power in the world to successfully develop and publicly test nuclear weapons, despite the international fury.
First Conference of the Nuclear Freeze Campaign
"The Call to Halt the Nuclear Arms Race."
South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty
Entered into force: 11 December 1986.
Anti-War Art Exhibition - Los Angeles
"A Pre-World War III Art Exhibit"
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty
Opened for signature at New York: 24 September 1996 Not yet in force.
The Trinity Test
The Beginning of the Atomic Age.
The March for Disarmament
The largest political demonstration in American history.
Women Strike for Peace
The largest national women's peace protest in the 20th century.
Cuban Missile Crisis
A 13-day confrontation in which the world came closest to a nuclear war.
Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima
Roughly 70,000–80,000 people were killed instantly by the blast and resultant firestorm. Another 70,000 were injured.