Posts Tagged: nuclear weapons
China’s policies of non-intervention and no first use of its nuclear weapons may be changing.
At the third Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons, nuclear deterrence took a back seat to “collateral damage.”
The third Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons was, in effect, a testimonial to the suffering of women, children, and other civilians at the hands of militaristic men.
At one time non-nuclear weapons states were expected to accept nukes possessed by nuclear weapons states as a “temporary trust.”
Britain justifies the existence of Trident, its submarine-based nuclear weapons system, by attempting to pose North Korea as a threat to the UK.
In the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Robert Alvarez lays bare the Obama administration’s plans to cut funding for the dismantlement of nuclear weapons.
The U.S. needs to get a deal done before Republican domination of the House and Senate kicks in.
We’re investing too much money and patriotic capital in trying to prop up nuclear weapons, which are arguably obsolete anyway.
The U.S. has switched its intransigence toward Iran from enrichment capacity to sanctions.
The Supreme Leader oversaw plenty of state-sponsored violence, but viewed nuclear weapons as forbidden by Islam.