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 Tactical Nuclear FantasistsTactical Nuclear Fantasists by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
Bogeyman politics tends to beflatly unimaginative.  The image of the nuclear-mad Russian President, counting his diminishing options, has caught the imagina
 Enola GayEnola Gay by The Ovi Team
August 6th 1945; the American B-29 bomber, known as the Enola Gay, dropped the first atomic bomb on an inhabited area. The bomb named \"Little Boy\" was dropped over the centre of Hiroshima, Japan. An estimated 140,000 people were killed. And n
 Chernobyl Nuclear DisasterChernobyl Nuclear Disaster by The Ovi Team
26th April 1986; an explosion and fire at the No. 4 reactor of Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine resulted in a nuclear meltdown sending radioactivity into the atmosphere. The Radiation fallout spread throughout Europe the Chernobyl disas
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 Nuclear Weapons, ICAN and the Nobel Prize by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
 Time to rethink our nuclear arsenal policy by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
Last year, after Donald Trump was elected he tweeted, “The United States must greatly stre
 The History of Nuclear Weapons - Part IIIThe History of Nuclear Weapons - Part III by Dr. Lawrence Nannery
What of the case in which a great power, driven by hatred, would engage in bullying a smaller power until it toed the line that the great power demanded.  Something like this happened in October of 1962, in Cuba.  The hatred of the go
 The History of Nuclear Weapons Part IIThe History of Nuclear Weapons Part II by Dr. Lawrence Nannery
Analytically, pace Russell, there have always been three possible situations in which a nuclear weapon would be unleashed by any nation. The first situation is that two great powers, each armed with nuclear weapons, would trade blows w
 Doomsday Clock * by David Sparenberg
The supreme goal of our technology is ever increasing speed, so that eventually each traveler will arrive before departing.  This will be the end of time when the encounter with the double occurs and one must look at oneself in the process of
 FUKUSHIMA - A Protest Monologue by David Sparenberg
There is a scene in Bram Stoker’s Dracula which is, for me, the most frightening.  It is not a depiction of the vampire’s infernal, blood lusting eyes, of the vampire’s gore dripping fangs and death mask fixation, or even
 Cassandra's nuclear predictions by Thanos Kalamidas
In Greek mythology, Cassandra was the daughter of King Priam and Queen Hecuba of Troy. Her beauty caused Apollo to grant her the gift of prophecy. In an alternative version, she spent a night at Apollo's temple, at which time the temple snakes lic
 Human error by Thanos Kalamidas
It is everywhere on the news the last couple of days and I suppose a lot of people have read my now that the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico was an avoidable disaster caused in part by a series of cost-cutting decisions made by BP and its partners
 Iran's nuclear standoff: who is the loser? by Kourosh Ziabari
It's more than 8 years that the world's newspapers are filled with miscellaneous news, reports and commentaries concerning Iran's nuclear program. Controversy over Iran's nuclear program has spanned through two administrations in I
 The NPT Review: Is Progress Possible ? by Rene Wadlow
Peace is
 The Shape of the Nuclear-weapon World - Part 3: Israel and a Middle East Nuclear-weapon Free Zone by Rene Wadlow
 When it's not a technician who presses the button by Thanos Kalamidas
When you read that Iran is reaching a deal with the United Nations you can avoid remember the story with the little boy that cried wolf and smile with the new way the Iranian leadership found to delay the coming storm. The international Atomic
 A nuclear accident by Thanos Kalamidas
On the 10th of October, 1957 at Windscale, Cumberland Britain we have the first nuclear accident in history and the worst reactor accident until …Three Mile Island twenty two years after. Part of the radioactive core at pile One, at Winds
 The Audacity of Hype? A world without Nuclear weapons by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
Last Thursday, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted a U.S-drafted resolution that did much to place Barack Obama’s views regarding a ‘world without nuclear weapons’ on the table.  Opinions on the calamitous use of
 Iranian missiles by Thanos Kalamidas
While everybody is talking about disarmament, Iran is testing another missile. This time it’s one with 170 km range and don’t forget that just a week ago the Iranian puppet president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad shocked the west by announcin
 Periscope up for world peace by Thanos Kalamidas
I was somehow surprised, pleased and sad on the same time when I read the latest announcement from the British labour government and Prime Minister Gordon Brown. I have to admit I think Gordon Brown is the worst ever choice to lead the historic
 Obama in Moscow for nuclear talks by Thanos Kalamidas
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 When Will We Ever Learn? by Leah Sellers
The news is being spread that North Korea intends to launch a ‘practice’ missile test toward the Hawaiian Islands on July 4th, 2009. A nuclear missile (practice launch, mind you - does that make it less serious - less idiotically malic
 Pakistan's Taleban by Thanos Kalamidas
I’ve been writing about Pakistan for a long time and through this time Musharraf ruled the country I wrote more intensely and often. But it seems that even during Musharraf era we hadn’t seen the worst. Pakistan has a chronic dispute w
 Negotiating with a blackmailer by Thanos Kalamidas
I suppose most of us know what happens with the blackmailer, he asks something in the beginning and when you obey he asks for more and then for more and  more and it seems that this is a never-ending story until something radical happens, whi
 A Khan from history by Thanos Kalamidas
During the Cold War there were often scientists and academics who had given very critical scientific discoveries and works to the other side and with that I don’t only mean the Soviet scientists who managed to escape to the west but I mean w
 And What Do You Think About CERN? by Alexandra Pereira
 American National Security in the Age of Insecurity: 5/5 by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
The Technology Divide Most Muslims think, and quite justifiably, that the western world, especially the USA and Christian Europe, likes to keep them technologically backward, more like consumers than producers of technology. Their clai
 The Finnish atomic constable! by Thanos Kalamidas
The International Atomic Energy Agency and her General Director Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei just have some unexpected help and a solution with their investigations in Iran and North Korea, they will call the Finnish police to sort out the problems, rese
 Finland's... I told you!!! by Thanos Kalamidas
There is one phrase I hate and try to avoid, the phrase is: I told you. Any time anybody is using it means bad news… well, most of the time very bad news. There is another factor that makes this phrase even worse, usually you use it to love ones, ot
 Nuclear Proliferation - The Iran Issue: Are we heading for war? by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
It is no secret that the Bush Administration is against Iran. Thus, when in early July Iran test fired long- and medium-range missiles the corporate media echoed the sentiment as if Iran had done something awfully bad, highly provocative. Forgotte
 Voices and legality by Thanos Kalamidas
The Iranian government condemned the new EU sanctions against Teheran over the uranium enrichment program as illegal and this raises the question what is legal and what illegal. Is any written law legal or does everything have the Machiavellian ro
 Ending the Strangelove Scenario: A New Commission on Nuclear Disarmament by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
Australia’s Prime Minister Kevin Rudd is exuding confidence on the international stage. He has recently made a series of statements on a range of foreign policy initiatives, suggesting much promise. His report card is, however, a mixed one
 Talking to the deaf by Thanos Kalamidas
It has been a long time since I wrote anything about Iran and that’s not because we are lacking news from Teheran or quotes from its president but because the man so often crosses the line so much that I’m speechless and cannot thin
 By example by Thanos Kalamidas
It sounds ironic that Syria is building a nuclear reactor, especially after finding out that North Korea is helping them. It’s coming as a bigger irony if you remember all the fuss about Saddam’s nuclear reactor and the WMD and the continuatio
 Nuclear energy in Finland - A heated debate by Ovi Magazine Guest
Nuclear energy in Finland - A heated debateBy Cynthia D\'Cruz In a world faced with clima
 Middle East Nuclear-weapon Free Zone: A Serious Start? by Rene Wadlow
Mohamed ElBaradei, Director of the U.N.’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) called on Iran and Israel to enter into serious negotiations to create a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East — a z
 The Doomsday Clock by Thanos Kalamidas
Douglas Adams' book The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy has always been one of the books I like and my favorite part is the very beginning when the Earthman finds out that Doomsday is imminent! Howe
 The grapes of nuclear by Thanos Kalamidas
This is not an article defending Iran’s decision to built a nuclear plan, on the contrary, Iran has no right at all to do anything nuclear and that has nothing to do with the cleric dictatorship that runs the country, which will one day make
 The case of Sibel Dinez Edmonds by Ergo te Lina
Sibel Dinez Edmonds (born 1969 in Iran) is a Turkish-American former FBI translator and founder of the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC). Edmonds was fired from her position as a language specialist at the FBI's Washington Fie
 Reagan, Gorbachev and Iceland by Thanos Kalamidas
Reykjavik, October 12th, 1986: "After the break, the president of USA Ronald Reagan said he had been sorry to keep the General Secretary of the USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev, waiting so long, but Gorbachev knew the tr
 Smell of fear from North Korea! by Thanos Kalamidas
And the nightmare started. I think it was Alfred Hitchcock who said reality is worse than any scary film and this is reality - just a few hours ago North Korea claimed a nuclear test.
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