Archive for June, 2011

Heritage Foundation Fails Test on another Treaty By Kingston Reif and Dadie Loh

Heritage Foundation Fails Test on another Treaty By Kingston Reif and Dadie Loh

Uncowed by its failure to convince the U.S. Senate and the American public to oppose the New START treaty, the Heritage Foundation is trying to gin up opposition...

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Riyadh Will Build Nuclear Weapons If Iran Gets Them, Saudi Prince Warns

Riyadh Will Build Nuclear Weapons If Iran Gets Them, Saudi Prince Warns

A senior Saudi Arabian diplomat and member of the ruling royal family has raised the spectre of nuclear conflict in the Middle East if Iran comes close to developing...

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A World Without Nuclear Weapons Is a Joint Enterprise by James Goodby

A World Without Nuclear Weapons Is a Joint Enterprise by James Goodby

With the entry into force of the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) between Russia and the United States,

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India, Pakistan Aim to Reduce Nuke Worries

India, Pakistan Aim to Reduce Nuke Worries

Longtime antagonists India and Pakistan on Friday agreed to talks aimed at lowering worries associated with each side’s nuclear weapons, Reuters reported

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Ghana Ratifies Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

Ghana Ratifies Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

New York, United States – Ghana Wednesday became the 154th nation to ratify the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty, the Vienna-based Preparatory Commission...

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Nuclear Endgame: The Growing Appeal of Zero

Nuclear Endgame: The Growing Appeal of Zero

Ridding the world of nuclear weapons has long been a cause of the pacifist left. But in the past few years mainstream politicians, retired military leaders and academic...

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N.Korea Likely Can Miniaturize Nuclear Device

N.Korea Likely Can Miniaturize Nuclear Device

North Korea has probably succeeded in miniaturizing a nuclear device, South Korea’s defense minister said on Monday, an advance that would in theory allow...

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Does the Shining City on a Hill have Nukes?

Does the Shining City on a Hill have Nukes?

Does the Shining City on a Hill have Nukes? By Nathan Pyles Ronald Reagan began his presidency with one of his favorite phrases; invoking his vision of America as...

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Leadership and the Future of Nuclear Energy By Rose Gottemoeller

Leadership and the Future of Nuclear Energy By Rose Gottemoeller

I would like to focus my remarks on an issue that, while not specifically on your agenda, is critical to all of us because it involves global security: the Comprehensive...

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New US-Russia Arms Race? Battle Lines Grow Over Missile Defense.

New US-Russia Arms Race? Battle Lines Grow Over Missile Defense.

Moscow’s previously troubled relations with NATO have improved greatly over the past two years, but the sleeping elephant in the room – the widening gap...

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