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Disarmament Week: Disarming Our Fears and Our World

Each year on the anniversary of its founding (October 24), the United Nations observes Disarmament Week. This seems particularly fitting since the United Nations was founded “to maintain international peace and security.” 470 more words


Pakistan's indirect role in North Korea's nuclear program

Pakistani nuclear physicist, Pervez Hoodbhoy, talks to DW about his country’s “nuclear assistance” to Pyongyang, the relevance of the non-proliferation treaty and why the North should be accepted as a nuclear state. 1,290 more words

Real Estate

Coverage of DPRK Day of the Sun Celebrations

Embedded Video is of North Korean Day of the Sun Celebrations. The DPRK specific holiday is in recognition of the 150th anniversary of Kim Il Sung; the countries founder, and current rulers Grandfather’s birthday. 21 more words

East Asian Affairs

Eliminating Nuclear Weapons            April 6

Nuclear weapons have very little strategic use. The use of any nuclear weapons would kill mostly civilians and therefore should be considered a terrorist weapon. Any use would be a humanitarian and environmental disaster and there could be no humanitarian response. 1,117 more words


Prepared Speech on Recent North Korean Bellicosity and Advancements

My fellow Americans, The threat and progress of the nuclear, and ballistic missile threat of the rogue North Korean regime has grown rapidly in the last two years. 769 more words

East Asian Affairs

De nucleaire fall-out van Trumps samenwerking met #Poetin @RaamOpRusland

Als Amerika de sancties tegen Rusland opheft, brengt het de nonproliferatie van kernwapens in gevaar, betogen Andreas Umland en Mariana Budjeryn. Met de miliaire inmenging in Oekraïne schond Rusland het Boedapest Memorandum, op grond waarvan Oekraïne zijn kernwapens inleverde. 22 more words


Church Sounds Warning on Nuclear Weapons (Once Again)

It will not surprise anyone that Pope Francis has warned of nuclear catastrophe. In connection with the Vienna Conference on the Humanitarian Impact of Nuclear Weapons in December 2014, Pope Francis declared plainly, “The humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons are predictable and planetary.” He went on to call for nuclear weapons to be “banned once and for all, to the benefit of our common home.” 762 more words