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How to Make Sure Iran Is a Nuclear Non-Proliferator

Earlier this month, the United States and our P5+1 partners in coordination with the European Union reached a historic framework for a comprehensive deal with Iran that will ensure its nuclear program is exclusively peaceful going forward. 842 more words


Arms Control After Ukraine


Yesterday’s ceasefire in Ukraine can hardly be considered a Valentine. Tensions remain high between Russia and NATO over Ukraine, and past attempts at compromise failed or proved to be short-lived. 1,037 more words

How I learned to love the bomb

Also wrapped up: Bomb Scare: The History and Future of Nuclear Weapons, by Joseph Cirincione.

I found the first third (50 pages or so) to be a good primer on nukes and proliferation history, for anyone interested in the topic but also short on time. 105 more words


Is There a Place for the EU in International Security?


It’s a crowded field out there. During the last few decades, international institutions dealing with security and defence in one way or another have mushroomed all over the world. 988 more words

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TradeSecure Internship Program: Spring Information Session

Location: Tuesday, October 21, 6:00pm, Sidney Samuel Thomas Reading Room, 3rd Floor Miller Learning Center

TradeSecure, an Athens-based firm that guides companies in complying with strategic trade regulations, is seeking spring semester interns. 138 more words


Uranium fuel for INS Arihant (Indian Nuclear Submarine)

1KG of 30% to 40% HEU will require 90 SWU/year assuming tail out at 0.25% U235 and 0.7% NU. Airhant is said to use this 30 to 40% maal. 541 more words


Contemporary Nuclear Issues: Comments by Brig (r) Naeem Salik, P.hD.

Contemporary Nuclear Issues: Comments by Brig (r) Naeem Salik, P.hD.

Two very important comments on the contemporary Nuclear Issues. Worth Reading it for all the scholars of Strategic, Defence, Diplomatic, International Relations, and Security Studies. 124 more words