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 Others ​ state that under alert status deliberate or accidental launches or attacks are Too Grave a Risk. De-Alerting should be the First step in avoiding these. The Union of Concerned Scientists suggests simple methods for accomplishing this. (("A Simple Method for Taking US Land-Based Nuclear Missiles Off High Alert,"​ 2015      www.ucsusa.org/​safing)) ​ Others ​ state that under alert status deliberate or accidental launches or attacks are Too Grave a Risk. De-Alerting should be the First step in avoiding these. The Union of Concerned Scientists suggests simple methods for accomplishing this. (("A Simple Method for Taking US Land-Based Nuclear Missiles Off High Alert,"​ 2015      www.ucsusa.org/​safing)) ​
  
-NO FIRST USE- Statements by the Red Cross and Red Crescent that there is no possible humanitarian response to any use of nuclear weapons and its call for assurance that such weapons “are never again used” certainly reinforce the arguments against First Use. The ICJ opinion in 1996 that said use of nuclear weapons would be in almost all conceivable situations illegal also supports a stance for  No-First-Use. Such arguments were also made at the Humanitarian conferences in Oslo, Nayarit and Austria.+**NO FIRST USE-** Statements by the Red Cross and Red Crescent that there is no possible humanitarian response to any use of nuclear weapons and its call for assurance that such weapons “are never again used” certainly reinforce the arguments against First Use. The ICJ opinion in 1996 that said use of nuclear weapons would be in almost all conceivable situations illegal also supports a stance for  No-First-Use. Such arguments were also made at the Humanitarian conferences in Oslo, Nayarit and Austria.
  
 De-alerting would help adoption of a doctrine of No-First-Use. De-alerting would help adoption of a doctrine of No-First-Use.
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