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Why Pakistan should give up its opposition to Indo-US nuclear deal

Apr 11, 2013

Why Pakistan should give up its opposition to Indo-US nuclear deal

Pakistan picked the Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference -- the ultimate gathering of the world's nuclear experts-- to carp about the deal. Here's why they should give it a rest. #HowThisWorks #India #US #Pakistan #Nuclear proliferation #Indo-US civilian nuclear agreement
Pak race for tactical nukes adds new poison to the mix

Nov 16, 2012

Pak race for tactical nukes adds new poison to the mix

Pakistan's nuclear frenzy, and its move to acquire smaller and more readily usable nuclear weapons, is disquieting because such weapons make sense only when distributed near the borders for quick and early use. #Pakistan #Nuclear weapons #JihadNation #Nuclear proliferation #No first use
Manga author joins Japan's anti-nuclear movement

Aug 24, 2012

Manga author joins Japan's anti-nuclear movement

Japan's anti-nuclear movement has a new supporter: bestselling nationalist "manga" author Yoshinori Kobayashi, known for his controversial defence of Tokyo's wartime aggression, has joined the growing ranks of those who want the country to end its reliance on atomic power in the wake of the Fukushima crisis. #Japan #NewsTracker #Nuclear proliferation #Manga
India and Japan to resume N-deal talks

Apr 30, 2012

India and Japan to resume N-deal talks

External Affairs Minister SM Krishna held wide-ranging strategic and economic dialogues with his Japanese counterpart Koichiro Gemba, who began a two-day visit to India on Sunday. #Politics #New Delhi #NewsTracker #Nuclear proliferation #External Affairs Minister #Koichiro Gemba #Gemba
Could N-Korea test 'uranium bomb' for first time?

Apr 27, 2012

Could N-Korea test 'uranium bomb' for first time?

North Korea, believed to be preparing for a third nuclear test, would probably be able to make and explode a uranium device for the first time after earlier relying on plutonium, a former chief UN inspector said. #NewsTracker #Nuclear proliferation #North Korea #Uranium

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Could N-Korea test 'uranium bomb' for first time?

Aug 06, 2014

Japan marks 69th anniversary of Hiroshima bombing

(AP) -- Japan marked the 69th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on Wednesday, as Mayor Kazumi Matsui called on U.S. President Barack Obama and other world leaders to visit the city to see the scars of the atomic bombing first hand. In hi... #Barack Obama #Hiroshima #Shinzo Abe
Could N-Korea test 'uranium bomb' for first time?

Aug 27, 2014

Tiny particles have big potential in debate over nuclear proliferation

The solution to the big issue of nuclear nonproliferation might be smaller than you think, so small it’s virtually invisible and massless... #Barack Obama #Hiroshima #Shinzo Abe
Could N-Korea test 'uranium bomb' for first time?

Aug 14, 2014

Ban urges meeting on nuclear-free Middle East

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said that the failure to hold a conference on establishing a nuclear-weapons-free-zone in the Middle East this year could jeopardide the success of next year's review of the landmark 1970 agreement aimed at stoppi... #Middle East #Israel #Iran #Finland #Geneva #Ban Ki-moon