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Discrimination in the Application of Nuclear Law

By Dan Joyner | Arms Control Law | April 1, 2014

It would be hard to find a more stark demonstration of how differently the IAEA and Western governments, led by the United States, have treated Iran and its nuclear program, as compared to other NPT NNWS who are under essentially the same legal obligations, than in the following couple of developments within the last week.

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Ethnic Cleansing, Racism, Zionism

U.S. to help in 'eliminating' sensitive Japanese nuclear stockpile . . . this calls for another "Oh, yeah?" ~J


THE HAGUE Mon Mar 24, 2014 12:49pm EDT

1 OF 4. U.S. President Barack Obama (R) and Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe attend the opening session of the Nuclear Security summit (NSS) in The Hague March 24, 2014. 864 more words


Japan prepares to ship nuclear materials to the US

RT | March 24, 2014

Japan agreed to transfer a share of its highly enriched uranium and weapons grade plutonium stockpiles to the US as part of the global effort to secure nuclear materials.

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Sanctions against Russia for the U.S. are a Dead-End

By Sufyan bin Uzayr | International Policy Digest | March 23, 2014

Now that Crimea has voted to unite with Russia and Vladimir Putin has welcomed Crimea with open arms, the Western half of the world, especially the United States and the European Union, are talking at lengths about imposing sanctions on Russia in order to bring Vladimir Putin to his senses.

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