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No question of India joining NPT as non-nuclear weapon state
IndiaTV News

India ready for nuke no-first-use pact

Varma: no question of India joining non-proliferation treaty Indo-Asian News Service United Nations, 22 October Reiterating its traditional policy of not using nuclear weapons first and not targeting non-nuclear weapons nations, India has ... The Statesman, 1 month ago
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Ecologist

The world's first 'Nuclear Proliferation Treaty'

13th November 2014 Last week Parliament debated for the first time in 20 years an obscure treaty between the UK and US on mutual support for their programmes of nuclear weapons of mass destruction (WMDs) It ought not to be obscure, as it underpins ...
 Ecologist1 month ago Nuclear weapons: Not as secure as you think  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 week ago Iran's Nuclear Missile Delivery Capability  Center for Strategic and International Studies3 weeks ago Five key questions about Iran and P5+1  Middle East Eye3 weeks ago
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The Four Nuclear Outlier States

loading... Author: Toni Johnson May 20, 2010 This publication is now archived. The 1970 Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) was intended to prevent new countries from developing nuclear weapons and confine the arms race to the five nuclear weapons ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago IRAN: Curtailing the Nuclear Program  Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago
Eurasia Review

Nuclear Disarmament

Professor Mohamedou, thank you for that gracious introduction, and for hosting this event. It is an honor to join the ranks of distinguished visitors who have spoken at GCSP venues. Ladies and gentlemen, I also appreciate your interest in American ...
 US Department of State15 hours ago Nuclear Policy and Negotiations in the 21st Century  US Department of State1 month ago Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century  US Department of State1 month ago

Sony Hack Attacks Presage New Warfare: The Weaponization of Code

Getty/WorldPost Illustration North Korea is a miserable, backward, hellhole of a place. It has a per capita GDP of less than $2,000 -- trailing Yemen, Tajikistan and Chad -- and about one-sixteenth the size of the GDP of South Korea. The Hermit ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago Alec Ross: Sony Hack Attacks Presage New Warfare: The Weaponization of Code  Huffington Post1 day ago

Alec Ross Blogs For WorldPost

Getty/WorldPost Illustration North Korea is a miserable, backward, hellhole of a place. It has a per capita GDP of less than $2,000 -- trailing Yemen, Tajikistan and Chad -- and about one-sixteenth the size of the GDP of South Korea. The Hermit ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago
Inter Press Service

Activists Seek Ban on Nuke Strikes Against Cities

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry (centre) speaks at the Seventh Ministerial Meeting of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT), held on the margins of the General Assembly general debate in September 2014. Credit: UN Photo/Evan Schneider ...
 Inter Press Service1 week ago U.N. Urged to Ban Nuke Strikes Against Cities  Inter Press Service1 week ago
Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bulgaria

Bulgaria participates in the Third Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons

9.12.2014 Print Email We s hare the concern in regard to the catastrophic humanitarian consequences that could occur as a result of possible use of nuclear weapons or incidents with such devices Bulgaria reiterates its ...
 Ministry of Foreign Affairs Bulgaria1 week ago

Church in Dramatic Revision of Nuclear Weapons Stance

The Catholic Church seemed to throw its support behind what is, in Europe at least, an accelerating movement demanding the abolition of nuclear weapons during the first day of the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons on ...
 America Magazine1 week ago
New Scientist

The nitty-gritty of killing off WMDs

To rid the world of bioweapons and nukes, we must accept paradoxes and understand the complexities of the technology, argue two fascinatingly forensic books IT is called Fogbank and it is a type of foam toxic, explosive and highly flammable, and ...
 New Scientist1 week ago
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