Posts Tagged: nuclear
The history of Iran and nuclear power is more complicated than the Administration suggests.
Zia Mian explains how U.S. arms policy in South Asia sells death and destruction and buys little influence.
America is forcing Iran into a corner, from which it is only likely to emerge armed with a nuclear warhead -- turning what is considered by many a nightmare scenario into a reality.
If passed in its current form, the U.S.-India agreement will act as a catalyst for pumping nuclear fuel and technology into a region perceived by some U.S. leaders as a "nuclear tinder box".
Security is not just about the military. When we speak of security, we are talking about freedom from military conflicts and terrorist attacks. But we also believe that security involves access to sufficient food and shelter, good health care and good jobs, a clean environment and well-functioning, accountable political structures.
Even though North Korea's long-range missile turned out to be a dud, Pyongyang has nevertheless achieved its aim by getting the world's attention.
As the U.S. Senate begins debating the new nuclear agreement with India, far too little attention is being paid to the regional security implications of the deal.
September turned out to be a tragic escalation over preceding months in the multinational reach and catastrophic scale of exclusively human violence.
U.S. and North Korean negotiators have met at least 10 times, what's next?