Tag Archives: Iran

Iran’s invisible opportunity via The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

By Amory B. Lovins […] And the areas that could do the most to keep Iran from drifting back towards the nuclear path? Energy efficiency and renewables. Legendary possibilities. At the eye of the storm over the Iran agreement is … Continue reading

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Vatican welcomes Iran agreement, urges greater nuclear disarmament via Vatican Radio

[…] The Vatican’s foreign minister spoke of the IAEA’s important role in promoting sustainable and integral human development, using nuclear technologies for improving agriculture, pollution control, water management, nutrition and food safety, and infectious disease control. But he also insisted … Continue reading

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The Real Nuclear Dangers Aren’t Iran or North Korea, They’re the US and Russia via Al Jazeera America

very man, woman and child lives under a nuclear sword of Damocles, hanging by the slenderest of threads, capable of being cut at any moment by accident or miscalculation or by madness.” — President John F. Kennedy Seventy years after … Continue reading

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How to survive a nuclear bomb every day of your life via The Washington Post

[…] Wada Koichi, Nagano Etsuko, Taniguchi Sumiteru, Do-oh Mineko and Yoshida Katsuji tell their stories of survival in Susan Southard’s riveting “Nagasaki.” They represent “the only people in history who have lived through a nuclear attack and its aftermath,” Southard … Continue reading

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Nuclear Proliferation Is Still the Greatest Threat We Face via Reader Supported News

Valerie Plame s a former covert CIA operative, specializing in counter-proliferation, I still believe that the spread of nuclear weapons and the risk of their use is the greatest existential threat we face. Twenty-six years after the end of the … Continue reading

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Ashton Carter’s History of Wasteful Military Spending via Reader Supported News

shton Carter, Obama’s nominee for secretary of Defense, oversaw development of the $1.5 trillion F-35 fighter jet, the most expensive weapon system in history. Extravagant funding for the F-35 has not precluded setbacks: in June of 2014, the air force … Continue reading

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Japan Diet OKs civil nuclear pacts with Turkey, UAE via Nikkei Asian Review

TOKYO (Kyodo) — The Diet on Friday approved civil nuclear agreements with Turkey and the United Arab Emirates that will help Japan export atomic power reactors to the rapidly developing economies, in line with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s growth strategy. The … Continue reading

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Ebb in Uranium Enrichment in U.S. Raises Questions About Nuclear Policy via The New York Times

WASHINGTON — Energy Department officials will shake hands and exchange congratulations with Russian representatives at a Port of Baltimore dockside ceremony on Tuesday as a freighter from St. Petersburg is to arrive with the final shipment of enriched uranium that … Continue reading

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Nuclear deal between the Iranian regime and the world powers via People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran

Baroness Ashton unveiled a six months agreement with the Iranian regime. The US president said in a statement that the Iranian regime has committed to halting certain levels of enrichment and neutralizing part of its stockpiles.  This regime cannot use … Continue reading

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Students and scholars to form human chain around the Fordo nuclear site via Iran Daily Brief

According to the report, 150 students and scholars from the Sharif University of Technology in Tehran will form (November 19) ahead of new round of nuclear in Geneva on November 20, a human chain in order to show their “readiness … Continue reading

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