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Despite some advancement in some fields, international right has not been successful in some other fields. The international regimes falls on the unsuccessful group and the international rights has not developed evenly. International regimes include principles, norms, rules and procedures of decision-making which appears as conventions, treaties, contracts and statements. From among them, international security regimes have been developed slowly. It can be mentioned that Nuclear Proliferation Treaty (N.P.T) lies at the core of international security regimes. In this study we assume that this treaty is a discriminating treaty which is under the domination of world powers, and exerts unfair rights and commitments among the countries with nuclear technology and the countries without. A realistic investigation of N.P.T and the procedure that the countries with nuclear weapon follow show that the transition of nuclear knowledge from to the countries which do not have it lies at the very core of the goals of the treaty which is nonproliferation of nuclear weapons. The countries with nuclear technology try to keep this technology for themselves, and prevent other countries from native nuclear technology. The investigation of The Treaty, the production of nuclear bank, and the behavior toward Iran's nuclear issue prove this matter truly.