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Weapons of Mass Destruction and Other Things that Go Boom

So last Monday my Globalization professor puts his notes up on the board titled: “Weapons of Mass Destruction and Proliferation.” Needless to say I was way excited and the kid to the left of my was having a hard time understanding why I yelled “YES!” under my breath.  573 more words

Net neutrality is an international issue

Net neutrality is currently a “hot” topic in the regulation of electronic communications. In many countries, such regulation is the subject of intense debate, both within the industry as well as among the politicians, while other countries have already implemented regulation of net neutrality. 1,372 more words

Net Neutrality

India and Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT)

Non-proliferation treaty (NPT) is a landmark treaty which aimed to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, to promote the cooperation in peaceful use of the nuclear energy and to achieve the goal of nuclear disarmament. 671 more words

India

Myths and Misconceptions: The Right to Enrich

By Kelsey Davenport

As talks between Iran and the P5+1 (China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States) resume in New York this week, myths and misconceptions about Iran’s nuclear program still persist, and threaten to derail negotiations. 499 more words

Nuclear Weapons

Honey, It’s Not You. It’s Me: The Scientific Truth Behind Morning Wood

Ladies,

I’m going to do you a favor and hip you to some 411. You are not as sexy as you think you are first thing in the morning. 418 more words

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Moving Beyond INF Treaty Compliance Issues

By Greg Thielmann

Russia’s compliance record with the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty has emerged as another serious problem in an already strained U.S.-Russian security relationship, and one seemingly bound for an endless, and ultimately, futile discussion. 1,832 more words

Nuclear Weapons

DNA of non-violence engrained in our society: PM Modi

“India is a land of Lord Buddha. Buddha lived for peace and suffered for peace and that message is prevalent in India,” Modi said at Sacred Heart University here while replying to a question by a student. 195 more words

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