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Nuclear Arms and Proliferation

Nuclear Arms and Proliferation news and analysis from The Nation

  • March 29, 2005

    A Con Job by Pakistan’s Pal, George Bush

    Trying to follow the US policy on the proliferation of nuclear weapons is like watching a three-card monte game on a city street corner. Except the stakes are higher.

    Robert Scheer

  • March 24, 2005

    Missing WMD Report

    When is a priority not a priority? When it's after the election.

    David Corn

  • December 7, 2004

    Pakistan and the True WMD Threat

    If it had been even a primitive nuclear weapon that hit the World Trade Center three years ago, hundreds of thousands of people would have died instead of fewer than 3,000, and the free society w

    Robert Scheer

  • November 24, 2004

    Engaging Tehran

    In a small victory for European diplomacy and constructive engagement, the International Atomic Energy Agency recently verified that Iran has suspended its uranium enrichment activities.

    the Editors

  • October 14, 2004

    Learning to Love the Bomb

    While I saw Edward Teller at several scientific conferences and heard him lecture, I met him only once. It left an indelible memory. It was at the end of April 1954.

    Jeremy Bernstein

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  • September 23, 2004

    Nonproliferation Politics

    Nonproliferation--the global campaign to prevent the further spread of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons--must be applied in a nondiscriminatory fashion to be effective.

    Michael T. Klare

  • August 26, 2004

    Letter From Ground Zero

    Is the United States--as so many have said, in celebration or dismay--a planet-mastering empire or not? The question presses upon us as George W.

    Jonathan Schell

  • June 17, 2004

    Two, Three, Many Iraqs

    With the recent US setbacks and scandals in Iraq, you'd think the White House would abandon the President's aggressive, unilateralist military policy--the "Bush Doctrine"--and seek to avoid new c

    Michael T. Klare

  • June 10, 2004

    Cold War to Star Wars

    Perhaps the most important question--for present policy-makers as well as historians--posed by the presidency of Ronald Reagan is what role he played in ending the cold war.

    Jonathan Schell

  • June 7, 2004

    Ronald Reagan and the Imperial Presidency

    On October 19, stung by President Jimmy Carter's charges that he might involve the United States in a nuclear war if elected President, Ronald Reagan made a television address in which he defende

    Ronnie Dugger