in order to prevent devastating nuclear effects in the life of humanity once again. Since 1945, prominent international institutions such as the United Nations, the International Atomic Energy Agency and individual states have devoted significant attention to the issue. Be that as it may, it is evident that the progress has been quite limited. In terms of eliminating general and complete nuclear threat, the rules and standards regulating the safety and security of existing nuclear weapons, materials or facilities have proved to be insufficient. The gist of this article is to examine the clear need to establish and mantain an effective universal legal order that provides for international cooporation and collaboration to prevent states, persons or any other organization from acquiring, harbouring, and using nuclear weapons.