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Elimination of nuclear weapons - A prerequisite for a peaceful and better world

Ghana Web 26 Sep 2021
The UN, also, states that while the number of deployed nuclear weapons has appreciably declined since the height of the Cold War, not one nuclear weapon has been physically destroyed pursuant to a treaty.
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North Korea says inter-Korean summit possible with ‘respect’

Al Jazeera 26 Sep 2021
She had urged Seoul on Friday to end its “hostile policies” towards Pyongyang after South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in called for declaring an official end to the state of war with the North ... Pyongyang for decades has sought an end to the war but the United States has been reluctant to agree unless North Korea gives up its nuclear weapons.
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Russia says ‘top priority’ to hold Taliban to rights pledges

Al Jazeera 26 Sep 2021
“Essentially, this initiative is quite in the spirit of a Cold War, as it declares a new ideological crusade against all dissenters.” ... nuclear-powered submarines to Australia ... He emphasised that Russia was “keen to ensure that never will these relations morph into nuclear war”.
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Russia says it's in sync with Pakistan, China, US on Afghan Taliban

Dawn 26 Sep 2021
“Essentially, this initiative is quite in the spirit of a Cold War, as it declares a new ideological crusade against all dissenters.” ... nuclear-powered submarines to Australia ... He emphasised that Russia was “keen to ensure that never will these relations morph into nuclear war.”.
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Russia says it’s in sync with Pakistan, US and China on Taliban

The Wire Network 26 Sep 2021
“Essentially, this initiative is quite in the spirit of a Cold War, as it declares a new ideological crusade against all dissenters.” ... More broadly, Lavrov said, relations among the big powers must be “respectful.” He emphasised that Russia was “keen to ensure that never will these relations morph into nuclear war.”.
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Russia says it’s in sync with US, China, Pakistan on Taliban

Las Vegas Sun 26 Sep 2021
“Essentially, this initiative is quite in the spirit of a Cold War, as it declares a new ideological crusade against all dissenters.” ... nuclear-powered submarines to Australia ... He emphasized that Russia was “keen to ensure that never will these relations morph into nuclear war.”.
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Russia says it's in sync with US, China, Pakistan on Taliban

The Norman Transcript 26 Sep 2021
“Essentially, this initiative is quite in the spirit of a Cold War, as it declares a new ideological crusade against all dissenters.” ... nuclear-powered submarines to Australia ... He emphasized that Russia was “keen to ensure that never will these relations morph into nuclear war.”.
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Russia says it is in sync with US, China, Pakistan on Taliban

The Times of India 26 Sep 2021
“Essentially, this initiative is quite in the spirit of a Cold War, as it declares a new ideological crusade against all dissenters.” ... More broadly, Lavrov said, relations among the big powers must be “respectful." He emphasized that Russia was “keen to ensure that never will these relations morph into nuclear war.”.
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Russia in sync with US, China, Pakistan on Taliban issue; working to ensure promises are kept

Hindustan Times 26 Sep 2021
“Essentially, this initiative is quite in the spirit of a Cold War, as it declares a new ideological crusade against all dissenters.” ... nuclear-powered submarines to Australia ... He emphasized that Russia was “keen to ensure that never will these relations morph into nuclear war.”.
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In this March 2, 2019, file photo, Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, attends a wreath-laying ceremony at Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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Kim Jong-un’s sister says North Korea open to talks with South if Seoul shows ‘respect’

The Observer 26 Sep 2021
She had on Friday urged Seoul to end its “hostile policies” towards Pyongyang after South Korea’s president Moon Jae-in called for the declaration of an official end to the state of war with the North. ‘Pushing the nuclear envelope’ ... The 1950-53 war between the two Koreas ended in ...
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Discover Aiken: Savannah River Site the product of decades of dedication

The Post and Courier 26 Sep 2021
The AEC, shorthand for Atomic Energy Commission, from which contemporary agencies sprung, was established after World War II to manage the development and application of nuclear science and technology ... The Savannah River Plant, now consuming hundreds of square miles of land, was designed to produce materials for nuclear weapons.
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Pakistan crux of problem in Afghanistan, says experts

Beijing News 26 Sep 2021
... of nuclear weapons was over ... Hinting that Pakistan's incessant support for terrorism had rendered it a veritable terrorist State, she suggested that allowing nuclear weapons to continue in the hands of such a State could yield consequences that "will be much worse than any war".
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Bush was a disaster — only Trump looks worse by comparison, by John Feffer

Atlantic City 26 Sep 2021
But it’s remarkable that Bush’s reputation improved at all, given the long-term consequences of his global war on terror. This limitless war cost the United States trillions of dollars and the lives of more than 7,000 U.S ... A flood of war refugees has poured into Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and throughout Europe.
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VIEWPOINT 1: Bush was a disaster — only Trump looks worse by comparison

Johnson City Press 26 Sep 2021
But it’s remarkable that Bush’s reputation improved at all, given the long-term consequences of his global “war on terror.”. This limitless war cost the United States trillions of dollars and the lives of more than 7,000 U.S ... A flood of war refugees has poured into Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan and throughout Europe.
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