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LACKING: Zero Evidence Of Iranian Nuclear Weapons

In his Jan. 7 op-ed "At Voice of America, Complaints About Its Iranian Coverage," Sohrab Ahmari quotes an Iranian blogger who called my statements in a VOA interview on Iranian nuclear program "sophistry." I said that there is no diversion of Iran's nuclear program toward weaponization and that Iran complies with the Safeguard Agreement (SA) of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). 
 Since 2003, af ...

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BOMBTRACK: US Cooks Up Nuclear Fairy Tale On Iran

In a 155-page report, four US nuclear experts have called upon the Obama administration to impose tougher economic sanctions against Iran and resort to overt operations through using warplanes and missiles on Iranian nuclear sites. Apart from the fact that morbid mindset of this nature only helps fan up chaos and serves as an impetus to widespread pandemonium in the region, any mention of any such policy le ...

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World In Denial – Underestimating Japans Nuclear Disaster

cognitive dissonance - noun - Mental conflict that occurs when beliefs or assumptions are contradicted by new information…. when confronted with challenging new information, most people seek to preserve their current understanding of the world by rejecting, explaining away, or avoiding the new information or by convincing themselves that no conflict really exists (1). I see dead people…. Walking around like ...

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US Tested, Perfected A Tsunami-Making Bomb

As if global warming isn’t posing a great enough challenging to low-lying regions, New Zealand author recently uncovered evidence that the United States perfected a “tsunami bomb” that can flood whole coastal cities decades ago. 
 The blasts from a series of these tsunami bombs can create waves up to 33 feet high, which can wipe out small towns or villages along the coast. The United States—acting in partne ...

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Photos Show North Korea Nuclear Readiness

North Korea has repaired flood damage at its nuclear test facility and could conduct a quick atomic explosion if it chose, though water streaming out of a test tunnel may cause problems, analysis of recent satellite photos indicates. Washington and others are bracing for the possibility that if punished for a successful long-range rocket launch on Dec. 12 that the U.N. considers a cover for a banned ballist ...

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US Seeks World Supremacy Through Advanced Weapons

  The Secretary of the Security Council of Russia has provided his views on a number of national security issues, including the importance of preserving Russia’s nuclear arsenal against potential adversaries. ­Nikolay Patrushev, commenting on how atomic weapons play more of a political role than a military one, said the consequences of even a “limited nuclear intervention” are so catastrophic that it m ...

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Released Document: US Planned Atomic War On Russia & China

  A newly revealed top secret document indicates that the US once instituted a military plan by which it would launch an instantaneous “full nuclear attack” against both China and Russia, if attacked by one of the two, even accidentally or by conventional arms. The document, published Wednesday by the Washington-based National Security Archives, shows that until 1968, the US had a protocol in place by ...

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US Nuclear Test Possible Cover For More Nuke Production?

  The recent US subcritical nuclear test can be a camouflage for developing a more sophisticated stockpile of nuclear weapons, a political analyst tells Press TV. In a Saturday interview, author and political scientist Kaveh Afrasiabi noted that the subcritical test, known as Pollux, involves underground high-explosives experiments on plutonium He argued that although the test does not reach the critic ...

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Ten Reasons Iran Doesn’t Want A Nuclear Bomb

A US-based Iranian research scholar has outlined ten reasons why Iran is not seeking a nuclear bomb, saying it is time for the West to acknowledge the reality that pressures on Tehran have been ineffective. “The West should enter into a genuine, face-saving and realistic solution, rather than continuing to push aggressively and ineffectively against Iranian nuclear development,” Seyyed Hossein Mousavian wro ...

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US Conducts Atomic Test Amid Global Urge For Nuclear Disarmament

  I wonder why [US] President [Barack] Obama, who said he would seek a nuclear-free world, carried out the test." 
 Hiroshima mayor Kazumi Matsui   The US has conducted a nuclear test in Nevada to examine the effectiveness of its atomic weapons stockpile amid the growing global urge for nuclear disarmament. The US Energy Department announced that the Wednesday nuclear test was aimed at providing “ ...

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