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CfP: China's First Bomb and the International Response

International Workshop on the 50th Anniversary of China’s First Bomb and the International Response
Beijing, China, 22 October 2014
It has been 50 years since China conducted its first nuclear test. 277 more words



It’s Friday Fictioneers time again, a weekly flash fiction challenge with a photo this week contributed by Marie Gail Stratford. As always, our 100 word fiction is overseen by… 192 more words


Would Nuclear Dominoes Fall in the Middle East?

While the tragic downing of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 has rightly dominated headlines in recent days, it overshadows a potentially much more important news story: ongoing negotiations with Iran over its nuclear weapons program. 863 more words

Middle East

Iran is pushing limits on nuclear deal -- Have they out smarted everyone?

A 2007 photo shows a technician inspecting equipment at the site of a uranium conversion plant in Isfahan, Iran. (Abedin Taherkenareh / European Pressphoto Agency) 573 more words

News Flash: Organization Declares National Greeting Card Awareness Week

La Satira News Service

Has it ever seemed like the greeting card industry keeps  trying to inflate the number of occasions that call for greeting cards? 391 more words

News Flash

The Analytical Case Against Abolishing Nuclear Weapons

I have written frequently on why I think it is ridiculous to push the concept of “Global Zero” with respect to nuclear weapons.  I came across  463 more words

Winning At Russian Roulette – A Student’s Thoughts on Nuclear Containment and the Future of Global Conflict

Editor’s Note:  The following is by Carly Millenson, who spent a year in the GAPW office working for Women in International Security.  Carly has written previously on what she sees as major security and other threats to her generation.   721 more words