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Aug 6, 2013
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Is there a new anti-nuclear movement growing?

Celyn Dufay
It's been 68 years since the nuclear attacks on Japan, and world leaders are still discussing nuclear arms reduction and disarmament to be achieved "someday."
Podcast
Apr 21, 2013

Nuclear waste to be shipped 2000 km by road

Redeye
Last year Stephen Harper and Barack Obama agreed to ship liquid waste containing weapons-grade uranium from Chalk River near Ottawa to a site in South Carolina.
Blog
Jan 7, 2013

Don't blame the messenger for bleak news

Gerry Caplan
From now on, no more protecting readers from the whole truth, however unpalatable. It's humanity's record, after all, and while you can run away from it, you really can't hide.
Blog
Jun 11, 2012
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The misplaced fixation on Iran as nuclear threat

Gerry Caplan
Many of the strategies and most of the belligerent rhetoric aimed at stopping Iran's potential nuclear weapons program, not to say dislodging its rulers, is dangerously counter-reproductive.
Podcast
Mar 27, 2012
Redeye

Evaluating the pressures on Iran

Redeye
News reports about a potential Israeli attack on Iran are no longer in the headlines. But that doesn't mean it's not on the agenda. Conn Hallinan is a columnist for Foreign Policy in Focus.
Blog
Nov 25, 2011

Living with a nuclear Iran

Gerry Caplan
It is deeply regrettable that Iran may one day join the not-so-exclusive club of nations that possess nuclear weapons. But I don't see how the world convinces Iran it's not entitled to such weapons.
News
Nov 12, 2011

They are fanning the flames of the Iran war option

Richard Falk
The Western military interventions in Iraq and Libya, both oil-producing countries, devastated them to achieve regime change, the central tenet for neocon reconfiguration of power in the Middle East.

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