Nobel peace prize winners urge Australia to sign treaty banning nuclear weapons - The Guardian

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Nobel peace prize winners urge Australia to sign treaty banning nuclear weapons
The Guardian
“As long as some countries hold these weapons, other countries will work to acquire them. There are no safe hands for nuclear weapons. We face a clear choice: continue to let these weapons spread and risk their inevitable use, or eliminate them ...
Letter: Laura Kralicky: More diplomacy, fewer threats, needed on nuclear weaponsThe Providence Journal
Three cheers to State Fair, International Committee for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons, South Oak Cliff High SchoolDallas News (blog)
Malaysian doctor wins Nobel prize for anti-nuke movementThe Straits Times
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South Korea's New 'Frankenmissile' Would Take Out North Korea's Kim Jong Un and His Nuclear Weapons - Newsweek

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South Korea's New 'Frankenmissile' Would Take Out North Korea's Kim Jong Un and His Nuclear Weapons
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Next, the army would unleash Hyunmoo II ballistic missiles and Hyunmoo III cruise missiles to annihilate North Korea's nuclear weapons arsenal. In order to realize the third phase of the plan, a Hyunmoo IV attack designed to directly devastate North ...
Having nuclear weapons 'matter of life and death' for North Korea: agencyReuters
Think positive: How to get North Korea to roll back its nuclear weapons activityBulletin of the Atomic Scientists
North Korean Official Says US Must 'Put Up" with Pyongyang's Nuclear WeaponsVoice of America
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Growing threat: Cyber and nuclear weapons systems - Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

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Growing threat: Cyber and nuclear weapons systems
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Nuclear weapons and related systems, like all digital systems, are vulnerable to cyberattack. Though nations give the highest priority to the security of nuclear weapons systems, a successful cyberattack is possible and could be catastrophic. (Systems ...
Why There Is No Chance a Piece of Paper Will Ban Nuclear ...The National Interest Online (blog)
"Nuclear weapons don't make us safe" - ICAN | Euronewseuronews

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Iran does not have a nuclear weapons program. Why do media keep saying it does? - Salon

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Iran does not have a nuclear weapons program. Why do media keep saying it does?
Salon
When it comes to Iran, do basic facts matter? Evidently not, since dozens and dozens of journalists keep casually reporting that Iran has a “nuclear weapons program” when it does not—a problem FAIR has reported on over the years (e.g., 9/9/15). Let's ...
Worried about Trump and nuclear weaponsLancasterOnline
Clare Lopez: Trump Takes Aim at Iran's 'Clandestine Nuclear Weapons Program'Breitbart News
Unhindered by Trump, Iran's nuclear weapons quest will persist, experts sayJNS.org

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Nuclear war: What happens after a nuclear bomb is detonated, and ... - USA TODAY

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Nuclear war: What happens after a nuclear bomb is detonated, and ...
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Around 22000 nuclear weapons are in our world today, the United Nations reports.

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US to put nuclear bombers back on 24-hour alert for first time since Cold War - The Sun

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US to put nuclear bombers back on 24-hour alert for first time since Cold War
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THE US is preparing to put nuclear bombers back on 24-hour alert for the first time since the end of the Cold War, according to reports. B-52 aircraft could soon find themselves permanently laden with nuclear weapons and parked next to the runways on ...
US preparing to put nuclear bombers on 24-hour ready alert notice amid rising tensions with North KoreaMirror.co.uk
Air Force preparing B-52 bombers for 24-hour alert status, official saysFox News
US ready to put 'nuclear bombers on 24-hour alert' for first time since the end of the Cold War amid growing ...Daily Mail
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Calls to Bring US Nuclear Weapons Back to South Korea Are Getting Louder - TIME

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Calls to Bring US Nuclear Weapons Back to South Korea Are Getting Louder
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An expert at a leading Seoul-based think tank says South Korea should advance its capacity to make pre-emptive strikes, adding to opposition party calls to bring nuclear weapons back to check the North's belligerence. South Korea “needs to actively ...
Atomic Bomb Survivor Wants Nuclear Weapons Ban as Trump and North Korea Exchange ThreatsNewsweek
North Korea playing a longer nuclear game than the USChicago Tribune
An EMP attack by North Korea could shut down the US power grid and kill '90% of all Americans' within a year ...Daily Mail
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NATO's Hidden Agenda: What's Behind Drills With US Nuclear Weapons in Germany - Sputnik International

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NATO's Hidden Agenda: What's Behind Drills With US Nuclear Weapons in Germany
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NATO is holding an American nuclear weapons safety procedure exercise at a base in Büchel, Germany and in the Belgian town of Kleine-Brogel. The legitimacy of such actions and the deployment of nuclear weapons in non-nuclear countries raises several ...


Trump's approval on US nuclear posture will usher in new age for ... - The Hill

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Trump's approval on US nuclear posture will usher in new age for ...
The Hill
For the past six months, a few of the nation's top military strategists have been closeted in the Pentagon writing the most important military document of our era: ...

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The US Military's Worst Fear: What if Its Nuclear Weapons Don't Work in a War? - The National Interest Online (blog)

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The US Military's Worst Fear: What if Its Nuclear Weapons Don't Work in a War?
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The U.S. Air Force is once again pushing for a nuclear-armed cruise missile to “fill the gap” between heavy bombers and ballistic missiles. The W-80 warhead will be the missile's business end. The flying branch's push comes during the largest planned ...


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