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President Barack Obama often talks about the threat of nuclear terrorism. Most foreign policy analysts identify three states that are most likely to transfer nuclear technology and know-how to terrorist organizations: Iran, Pakistan, and
New sanctions have been imposed on Iran. These are not, by all accounts, the 'crippling' sanctions that US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had promised last year. Fortunately for Iran, the sanctions had been watered down by Russia and China.
It has come to my attention that there had been a ban on Facebook and YouTube in Pakistan. This was supposedly a response to anti-Islam things being posted on Facebook and YouTube. I have just read that the ban on YouTube has been lifted, but the
The Obama administration has not been able to make a compelling case to support its policy on attacks by Predator drones inside Pakistan. American legal scholars as well as American religious scholars have expressed
Wikileaks has been causing outrage as of late. It recently released a video that showed US Apache helicopters in Iraq attacking suspected insurgents. At least, that is what the pilots of those helicopters thought when they launched the
President Obama has stated - time and time again - his desire for a nuclear-free world. This is indeed a noble goal. And it should be supported by all people around the world. There are 8 declared nuclear powers in the world
I noticed a report about this flying car first in Xinhua the Chinese News Agency.
The latest advent in technology, named as Sixth Sense Technology has introduced a new blockbuster in the world of technology. Sixth Sense is a wearable device with gestural interface; it has recently attracted the world's
It has come to my attention that Afghan religious leaders are promoting birth control. This is a terrible idea. Why? Because they are doing so with the help of NGO's... NGO's that are primarily (if not wholly) made up of non-Muslim Westerners.
Nina Fedoroff, who advises the US Secretary of State on science and technology, heads a group of senior researchers who call today for a “radical rethink” of farm practice to meet 21st-century demand for food. Writing in the journal Science , they