Archive for May, 2011

Oldthink on New Nuclear Reductions By Daryl G. Kimball

Oldthink on New Nuclear Reductions By Daryl G. Kimball

After months of review and debate, a bipartisan Senate majority approved the resolution of ratification for the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) on...

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Bombs Away By Gareth Evans

Bombs Away By Gareth Evans

One of the most dispiriting features of today’s international debates is that the threat to humanity posed by the world’s 23,000 nuclear weapons – and by...

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“Old Thinking” Dominates Antimissile Deadlock: U.S. Official

“Old Thinking” Dominates Antimissile Deadlock: U.S. Official

A top Obama administration national security official said Russia and the United States are struggling to move beyond “old thinking” to resolve a long-running...

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Take Pakistan’s Nukes, Please

Take Pakistan’s Nukes, Please

For more than six decades, Pakistan has been at war with itself, torn between competing ideas of what it means to be Pakistani.

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Old Soviet Nuclear Site in Asia Has Unlikely Sentinel: The U.S.

Old Soviet Nuclear Site in Asia Has Unlikely Sentinel: The U.S.

KURCHATOV, Kazakhstan — Twenty years after the Soviet Union collapsed and tens of thousands of soldiers abandoned their posts at this remote site in northeastern Kazakhstan,...

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The CTBT is worldwide ban on all nuclear test explosions, including underground testing. To monitor compliance, the treaty is backed by the International Monitoring...

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North Korea, Iran Trade Missile Technology: U.N.

North Korea, Iran Trade Missile Technology: U.N.

North Korea and Iran appear to have been regularly exchanging ballistic missile technology in violation of U.N. sanctions, according to a confidential U.N. report...

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Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons No Defence Against a Forceful America By Sanjeev Miglani

Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons No Defence Against a Forceful America By Sanjeev Miglani

In conducting a raid deep inside Pakistan to take out Osama bin Laden, the United States pushed the boundaries of military operations,  inter-state ties and international...

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Our Nuclear-Free Opportunity Top Ten Reasons Why a World Free of Nuclear Weapons is Now Achievable By Nathan Pyles The powerful motivation of self-preservation This...

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Nuke-Free Zone Pacts Submitted to U.S. Senate

Nuke-Free Zone Pacts Submitted to U.S. Senate

President Obama submitted to the U.S. Senate for ratification the protocols to two treaties respectively banning from Africa and the South Pacific the presence,...

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