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Fallacy of Global Zero!

Fallacy of Global Zero!

Countdown of President Obama’s White House days has begun, so he is making a last ditch effort to leave behind a legacy. And as there is none, he is trying to manufacture one by pushing through a UNSC resolution in support of Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT); which the US is yet to ratify. His […]

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No Nuclear Security without Transparency

No Nuclear Security without Transparency

Cooperation and collaboration should extend beyond the Nuclear Security Summit. Nuclear security has improved internationally to a great extent through President Obama’s initiative of Nuclear Security Summits, but it still has a long way to go after the NSS process comes to an end. Since the first NSS summit in Washington, many bilateral and multilateral […]

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Revisiting Iran nuclear deal

Revisiting Iran nuclear deal

While attempting to gauge the strategic impact of the Iran nuclear deal, one is haunted by the dilemma about American as well as Iranian intent behind evolving the agreement in the form as it stand now. Is it a part of prior greater strategic understanding reached between Iran and the US, ultimately leading to gradually […]

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Inevitability of nuclear electricity generation

Inevitability of nuclear electricity generation

Along Karachi’s coast, construction of two additional 1,100 MW generation III AP 1000 nuclear power plants (KANUPP II & III) is under way. Earlier this month, experts form International Atomic Energy (IAEA) completed the key Generic Reactor Safety Review (GRSR) of these nuclear reactors. These Pressurized WaterPressurized Water Reactors (PWR) are capable of generating 1100 […]

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