WHILE the United States and Russia scrap warheads by the hundreds, worrisome hints of new regional nuclear-arms competitions are emerging in Asia. US officials and nonproliferation ... Its weapons ...
Workers used to decontaminate the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan are at grave risk of exploitation ... says 46,386 workers were employed in 2016 and the Radiation Worker Central Registration Centre ...
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Without giving a date, the official Korean Central News Agency said Kim toured the ... suggesting that going ahead with the ...
But the Soviet Union’s nuclear legacy in Central Asia went beyond testing and missiles, to include a large uranium industry spread across the region. According to a 2010 IAEA report on the Soviet ...
Will it happen in South Asia? We have to hope not ... since they cannot risk going to war with each other. As the Chatham House report analysed, deterrence (which, in non-nuclear strategies has been ...
Governments across North America, Europe and Asia are phasing out nuclear at a faster pace than they are increasing their respective renewable energy capacities, and therefore running the risk of ...
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Proponents argue that it would reduce the risk of nuclear use and miscalculation and set an example ... U.S. extended nuclear deterrent on the part of allies in Northeast Asia and Central and Eastern ...
In essence, ratifying the protocols would help the US meet its nuclear nonproliferation goals without exposing it to any added security risk. Washington the laggard ... the South Pacific, Central Asia ...
These were furthered in the 18th century when Ahmad Shah Abdali was invited and encouraged by Shah Waliullah to conduct genocidal sectarian campaigns in the then Muslim-ruled Kashmir and ...
And this time, it wouldn’t just be the two largest nuclear powers. The recent India-Pakistan flare ... as seeking to counterbalance U.S. aggressiveness in Europe and Central Asia, says Zhu Feng, a ...