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The push for the nuclear club

India is willing to join the NSG now, today if possible. It has all the elements in place for membership. As the 48-member NSG works by consensus, not majority, India is reaching out to every possible country, much like the push at the UNGA for reforms. 470 more words

Current Affairs

Questioning Sanity at Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington

-Rajesh K. Jha

Any visitor to Washington can’t resist the temptation to see White House, even if from outside. I was no exception. On a warm, sunny afternoon of late September 2015, I decided to go and see the White House. 857 more words

Random Ramblings

The more we know, the worse it looks

Given some views expressed here in recent days, I feel a medical responsibility to highlight for representatives in this room some crucial evidence on the weapons under discussion. 776 more words

Nuclear Weapons

The Iran Nuclear Deal: Defending Success

Hats off to Joe Cirincione, President of the Ploughshares Fund, for his brilliant take down of David Samuels’ recent New York Times Magazine article and attack against the Iran nuclear deal.  396 more words

Iraq And Iran

US reserves right to 'first use' of N-weapons

Russia, China and now North Korea have renounced “first use” of nuclear weapons.   The United States has never done so.

I believe North Korea’s leaders because they would be fools to launch a nuclear attack, knowing that their nation would literally be obliterated by the USA in response. 380 more words

War And Peace

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Nuclear war may be small at any given time, but if Trump wins the Presidency will this small become much larger.

US reserves right to 'first use' of N-weapons

Russia, China and now North Korea have renounced “first use” of nuclear weapons.   The United States has never done so.

I believe North Korea’s leaders because they would be fools to launch a nuclear attack, knowing that their nation would literally be obliterated by the USA in response. 380 more words

War And Peace

Stop Worrying About Russia's Giant ICBM

Recently the nuclear arms race has been heating back up. Russia has just announced that it’s new RS-28 “Sarmat” will be operational by 2018 and eventually replace the R-36M, also know by the NATO code name SS-18 “Satan”, in front line service. 554 more words

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