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AN OPEN LETTER ON NUCLEAR WEAPONS TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE

AN OPEN LETTER TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE:

POLITICAL RESPONSIBILITY IN THE NUCLEAR AGE

By Richard Falk, David Krieger and Robert Laney

Dear fellow citizens:

By their purported test of a hydrogen bomb early in 2016, North Korea reminded the world that nuclear dangers are not an abstraction, but a continuing menace that the governments and peoples of the world ignore at their peril. 1,835 more words

Commentary

North Korea Was Sending Us a Message We Can’t Afford to Miss

Governor Bill Richardson (Ambassador to the United Nations, 1997-1998)

Cross-posted from Governor Richardson’s January 8, 2016 special to Time.

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The nuclear test, reported this week by North Korea as a detonation of a… 894 more words

Foreign Policy

Moments in NRC History: Regulating for Safety and Non-Proliferation, Part II

Thomas Wellock
Historian

Part I of our Research and Test Reactor Series looked at the promise and unique safety challenges of research reactors, beginning with North Carolina State’s first civilian-owned reactor in 1953. 381 more words

NRC

Pandora Report 11.6.2015

Happy Friday! The world of biodefense and global health security has been busy this week – between a growing outbreak of E. coli associated with Chipotle restaurants, to a review of Select Agent lab practices, and a… 1,075 more words

Ebola

The Candidates on Nonproliferation Part III

The Candidates on Nonproliferation – Part 3
By Greg Mercer

I initially set out to write this as a candidate-by-candidate look at what the 2016 crop had to say about an issue near and dear to Biodefense students’ hearts: nonproliferation. 893 more words

News

The Candidates on Nonproliferation - Part II

The Candidates on Nonproliferation – Part 2
By Greg Mercer

I initially set out to write this as a candidate-by-candidate look at what the 2016 crop had to say about an issue near and dear to Biodefense students’ hearts: nonproliferation.  866 more words

Agreement with Iran: The Future

Thomas Graham, Jr. (Special Representative of the President for Arms Control, Nonproliferation and Disarmament, 1994-1997)

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After the signing of the Agreement in Geneva between the Permanent Five of the United Nations Security Council, the United States, France, Russia and China plus Germany (P-5+1) and Iran in July there was an outburst of twitter messages in many cities, not least in Teheran. 777 more words

Foreign Policy