Archive for March, 2012

U.S. Has No Need to Test Atomic Arsenal, Report Says

U.S. Has No Need to Test Atomic Arsenal, Report Says

The United States does not need to explode nuclear weapons in order to be sure its aging arsenal is still potent, and its ability to detect weapons tests by others...

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Clinton: New Nuclear Talks With Iran in April in Turkey, But Time Running Short For Diplomacy

Clinton: New Nuclear Talks With Iran in April in Turkey, But Time Running Short For Diplomacy

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton made clear Saturday that time is running out for diplomacy over Iran’s nuclear program and said talks aimed at preventing...

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North Korea Does It Again<p style='font-size:14px;'>By Tara Chandra</p>

North Korea Does It Again

By Tara Chandra

North Korea is kind of like that rebellious child whose behavior never seems to get any better, no matter how many times they apologize and promise that they won’t...

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US nearly detonated atomic bomb over North Carolina – secret document

US nearly detonated atomic bomb over North Carolina – secret document

A secret document, published in declassified form for the first time by the Guardian today, reveals that the US Air Force came dramatically close to detonating an...

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It’s time to admit Ronald Reagan was right about missile defense

It’s time to admit Ronald Reagan was right about missile defense

Several decades ago, President Ronald Reagan advocated building an intercontinental missile defense system that would shield the United States from a first-strike...

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Three Reagan myths

Three Reagan myths

Thursday was Ronald Reagan’s 103rd birthday. When it comes to the Gipper, there are still a few common misconceptions out there, according to James Graham Wilson,...

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Republican Presidents’ Efforts to Reduce Nuclear Arms<p style='font-size=14px;'>By Nickolas Roth</p>

Republican Presidents’ Efforts to Reduce Nuclear Arms

By Nickolas Roth

President Obama was recently overheard saying to Russian President Medvedev that, assuming he prevails in the election this November, he would have more flexibility...

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United Front Is Needed to Counter Nuclear Terrorism<p style='font-size:12px;'>By Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R-Neb.) and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.)</p>

United Front Is Needed to Counter Nuclear Terrorism

By Rep. Jeff Fortenberry (R-Neb.) and Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.)

Despite the partisanship that currently afflicts our nation’s politics, there is at least one issue that both Republicans and Democrats can agree on – the need...

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How Nations Risk Nuclear Terrorism<p style='font-size:14px;'>By Richard J. Chasdi</p>

How Nations Risk Nuclear Terrorism

By Richard J. Chasdi

World leaders are meeting in Seoul this week to discuss how to deal with the threat of nuclear terrorism. The effort to prevent the misuse of nuclear materials and...

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US Says 5 Nations Have Cleared Out Their Stocks of Weapons-Grade Uranium Ahead of Seoul Summit

US Says 5 Nations Have Cleared Out Their Stocks of Weapons-Grade Uranium Ahead of Seoul Summit

The U.S. has helped five nations completely clear out their stocks of highly enriched uranium since President Barack Obama outlined his plans for securing all weapons-usable...

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