Archive for September, 2012

Status and Prospects for the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

Status and Prospects for the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty

The American Security Project, a non-proft, non-partisan organization, hosts a discussion on the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, which the United States signed,...

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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood President Calls for ‘Middle East Free of Nuclear Weapons and WMD’

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood President Calls for ‘Middle East Free of Nuclear Weapons and WMD’

The Muslim Brotherhood President of Egypt Mohammad Morsi called for a Middle East free of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction before the end of 2012...

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Dirty Bomb, Muddy Thinking <p style='font size:14px'>By Joe Cirincione</p>

Dirty Bomb, Muddy Thinking

By Joe Cirincione

Governor Mitt Romney’s description, caught on video, of what he considered the real nuclear threat from Iran has further undermined his national security credentials,...

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Aging U.S. Nuclear Arsenal Slated For Costly and Long-delayed Modernization

Aging U.S. Nuclear Arsenal Slated For Costly and Long-delayed Modernization

The U.S. nuclear arsenal, the most powerful but indiscriminate class of weapons ever created, is set to undergo the costliest overhaul in its history, even as the...

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Nuclear Weapons: Brazil and the No Nukes Option

Nuclear Weapons: Brazil and the No Nukes Option

Brazil’s acquisition of six nuclear submarines raises the issue of nuclear proliferation in a region of the world that renounced the use of nuclear weapons. But...

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Security Lapses at Nuclear Complex Identified Two Years Before Break-In

Security Lapses at Nuclear Complex Identified Two Years Before Break-In

Nearly two years before peace activists broke into a U.S. nuclear weapons facility in late July, government investigators warned in classified reports of lax security...

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Survivors of Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Attack Visit Israel, Hold Protest Against Nuclear Arms

Survivors of Hiroshima Atomic Bomb Attack Visit Israel, Hold Protest Against Nuclear Arms

A group of survivors from the Hiroshima atomic bomb attack have held a protest in Jerusalem calling for the end of nuclear weapons.

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Atom Launched to Buttress Nuke Abolition

Atom Launched to Buttress Nuke Abolition

The ATOM Project, an exciting new initiative to build global support for nuclear abolition, was launched at a parliamentary assembly in Astana, Kazakhstan on August...

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