Both sides must move or there will be war

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North Korea’s Nuclear Parable
In turn, retired US and Russian military and intelligence established the Elbe Group, named for the river where the two countries’ forces met in the closing days of World War II. By May 2011, the group produced a “Joint Threat Assessment on Nuclear
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‘Both Sides Must Move or there Will Be War’
Spiegel Online
But a concrete deal remains elusive and the risk of war persists following Israel’s threats of “pre-emptive” strikes if Iran does not halt some aspects of its nuclear program. Despite early signs of progress, the two sides still remain far apart in
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Spiegel Online
No Nukes and Intervening Women
Huffington Post (blog)
After the first nuclear chain reactor split the atom in 1942, it was only a matter of time before a profit-motivated industry would be created around an extremely complex, dangerous and expensive way to boil water with the added benefit of US taxpayer
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Nuclear Titanics
In fact, underneath the PR offensive are government documents admitting that nuclear power plants are deadly dangerous. Brookhaven National Laboratory, established a decade before by the since disbanded US Atomic Energy Commission to develop civilian
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Wyden: Fukishima Status Worse Than Reported
He strongly urged the ambassador to accept international help to prevent dangerous nuclear material from being released into the environment. “The scope of damage to the plants and to the surrounding area was far beyond what I expected and the scope of
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Despite talks, US-Iran confrontation continues
Center for Research on Globalization
by Peter Symonds Negotiations in Istanbul on Saturday between Iran and the P5+1 grouping—the US, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany—have done nothing to defuse the tense standoff over Iran’s nuclear programs. None of the substantive issues
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