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The author argues that a recent set of North Korean demands regarding denuclearization could prove a useful starting point toward a negotiated settlement of the nuclear question on the North Korea Peninsula.
In this interview, author and theater director Susan Southard discusses her book Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War, an award-winning history of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki and its enduring impact over 70 years.
If President Obama is to have a lasting legacy of nuclear threat reduction, his administration needs to do far more than it has to clarify how harmful plutonium proliferation could be to keeping peace in East Asia and the world.
Probing the 2016 presidential candidates’ records on nuclear weapons makes for some interesting reading and could foretell US nuclear policies to come, yet the subject still deserves far more attention between now and November.
In this interview, former US ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul discusses US–Russian relations and how they might be improved, given Russian President Vladimir Putin’s suspicious views of US intentions.
In an interview, former covert CIA operations officer Valerie Plame speaks with Bulletin editor-in-chief John Mecklin about how millennials can be encouraged to become active in dealing with the threat posed by nuclear weapons and nuclear proliferation.
One of the world’s top experts on the North Korean nuclear program, former Los Alamos National Laboratory director Siegfried Hecker, explains why he believes North Korea did not test a hydrogen bomb earlier this week and why he continues to be concerned about the North Korean nuclear program and the international community's response to it
In an interview with Bulletin editor John Mecklin, United Arab Emirates envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency Hamad Alkaabi speaks about his country’s views on the 2015 nuclear deal between six world powers and Iran, whether the Iranian agreement could cause the UAE to reconsider its pr
Implementation of the Iran nuclear deal is only months away, yet a key incentive for Tehran could be missing: International banks and insurance providers are still reluctant to do business in the Islamic Republic.