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Barack Obama's top nuclear envoy warned Arab ambassadors Wednesday that they risk contributing to a failure of Mideast talks if they use an upcoming meeting in Vienna to pressure Israel over its nuclear program, diplomats said.
Diplomats say President Barack Obama's top nuclear envoy has warned Arab ambassadors they risk contributing to a failure of Mideast talks if they use a Vienna meeting to pressure Israel over its nuclear program. The diplomats say Gary Samore, Obama's
U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates is set to host his Russian counterpart for a series of meetings Wednesday at the Pentagon, the U.S. military headquarters just outside Washington. Gates and Russian Defense Minister Anatoly
Davies called on Arab ambassadors to work according to what according to the international consensus achieved by the New York Conference which reviewed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty last May...The New York Conference resulted in an agreement
VIENNA: The head of the UN nuclear supervisory body invited Israel last month to think joining a global anti-nuclear arms deal but the Jewish state has dismissed the idea as a politically-motivated drive by Arab states. A story from the
I have never made what is by all accounts a very powerful film about the nuclear arms race -- all of my nuclear arms race movies are glib and half-assed -- so I don't know HOW you dress to promote it. I feel like you'd probably be standing in front
Approximately 95 or 96 percent of the world's nuclear arsenal is in the possession of the Untied States or Russia .The US Senate is working to ratify the treaty, which would commit the nations to a modest reduction in nuclear arms. The film calls for
Now try to imagine a nuclear arms race between China and India." Well, for generations that have grown up after World War II, the Cold War was indeed a nightmare. But it seems the West has developed its own perspective on peace and order in Asia...
The NPR, along with several other US nuclear measures, shows major adjustments in its nuclear strategy, which can be divided into six parts. First, the US has begun to consider nuclear proliferation and nuclear terrorism as the main global threat.
p>WASHINGTON (AP) — A senior Pentagon official is dismissing the significance of any Russian cheating on a new nuclear arms treaty. James Miller, the Pentagon's leading authority on nuclear arms issues, told a Senate committee