The coming ban on nuclear weapons - Jordan Times

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The coming ban on nuclear weapons
Jordan Times
From the beginning, even those who set the world on the path to nuclear weapons understood the mortal danger and moral challenge confronting humanity. In April 1945, US secretary of war Henry Stimson explained to president Harry Truman that the atomic ...
Calls for Australia to reverse plans to boycott nuclear weapons talksThe Sydney Morning Herald
Japan to negotiate but oppose pact to outlaw nuclear weaponsThe Mainichi
DPRK says not to participate in UN conference on nuclear weaponsecns
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Trump Administration Reviewing What Role US Nuclear Weapons ... - Voice of America

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Trump Administration Reviewing What Role US Nuclear Weapons ...
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The 12- to 18-month Nuclear Posture Review could lead to the United States resuming underground nuclear testing and developing new atomic warheads.

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Panel: Conversations on Missiles and Nuclear Weapons Key to Rebuilding US-Russian Relationship - USNI News

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Panel: Conversations on Missiles and Nuclear Weapons Key to Rebuilding US-Russian Relationship
USNI News
While the Washington and Moscow relationship is, “more tense, more difficult, more hostile” than it has ever been, an American think tank working with Russian counterparts believe it is possible to rebuild trust between the two by re-opening talks on ...
Is there a nuclear war in our future?The Montgomery Herald

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Russia's New 'Satan' Nuclear Weapons System Could Wipe Out ... - Newsweek

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Russia's New 'Satan' Nuclear Weapons System Could Wipe Out ...
Newsweek
Russia has for months been testing a giant nuclear weapons delivery system that can carry 10 heavyweight warheads—enough power to wipe out Texas or ...

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New Thinking on Nuclear Weapons - New Hampshire Public Radio

New Hampshire Public Radio

New Thinking on Nuclear Weapons
New Hampshire Public Radio
We examine nuclear security in a world where Cold War policies have left the country's nuclear weapons on a hair-trigger alert. President Donald Trump has proposed boosting federal spending on the production of nuclear weapons by more than $1 billion ...
Trump administration to review goal of world without nuclear weapons: aideReuters
US General Urges Nuclear Upgrade as Russia Grows 'More Aggressive'New York Times
What You Need to Know About the Future of Nuclear Weapons Under Donald TrumpTeenVogue.com
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Nuclear Weapons: The Most Overrated Weapon of War? - The National Interest Online (blog)

The National Interest Online (blog)

Nuclear Weapons: The Most Overrated Weapon of War?
The National Interest Online (blog)
But since World War II, the United States has eschewed the use of nuclear weapons, even against capable non-nuclear opponents. Because of the deep political complexity associated with their employment, the weapons simply have too little battlefield and ...


The World Faces a Historic Opportunity to Ban Nuclear Weapons ... - Inter Press Service

Inter Press Service

The World Faces a Historic Opportunity to Ban Nuclear Weapons ...
Inter Press Service
Béatrice Fihn is Executive Director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), Martin Butcher is Policy Advisor on Arms and Conflict at ...

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How Pakistan Is Planning to Fight a Nuclear War - The National Interest Online (blog)

The National Interest Online (blog)

How Pakistan Is Planning to Fight a Nuclear War
The National Interest Online (blog)
Sandwiched between Iran, China, India and Afghanistan, Pakistan lives in a complicated neighborhood with a variety of security issues. One of the nine known states known to have nuclear weapons, Pakistan's nuclear arsenal and doctrine are continually ...

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Why Our Nuclear Weapons Can Be Hacked - New York Times

New York Times

Why Our Nuclear Weapons Can Be Hacked
New York Times
It is tempting for the United States to exploit its superiority in cyberwarfare to hobble the nuclear forces of North Korea or other opponents. As a new form of missile defense, cyberwarfare seems to offer the possibility of preventing nuclear strikes ...

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North Korea's Kim Jong Un Is Starving His People to Pay for Nuclear Weapons - Newsweek

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North Korea's Kim Jong Un Is Starving His People to Pay for Nuclear Weapons
Newsweek
And the more North Korea angers the world with its nuclear weapons development, the more that charities and world leaders have cut down on donations, making it even harder for North Koreans to get food, the U.N. report said. "Consequently, critical ...
The growing nuclear threat from North KoreaThe Week Magazine
North Korea's Missile Failure Won't Stop Kim Jong Un Trying to Strike USNBCNews.com
A danger lies in dismissing Kim Jong Un as irrationalNOLA.com
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