Monthly Archives: December 2006

An emboldened Iran will not quickly yield to Security Council demands

It takes few prophetic powers to predict that the UN Security Council’s new demands and sanctions on Iran will not have the desired effect. Progress in ensuring that Iran’s nuclear program conforms to its obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty … Continue reading

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Nobel Peace Laureates on proliferation dangers

While nuclear weapon states, including their non-nuclear weapon state allies (see last posting, Dec. 12) continue to plan for the long-term retention of nuclear weapons, despite their Treaty commitment to disarm,[i] a group of Nobel Peace Laureates warns that “a … Continue reading

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How the West undermines nuclear non-proliferation

While the United Nations Security Council struggles to achieve the verifiable disavowal of nuclear weapons by Iran and North Korea, Europe and North America are busy championing nuclear weapons as the ultimate security trump card and the preeminent emblem of … Continue reading

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