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America’s legal obligation: balancing risks of nuclear war and genocide- comment

The Jerusalem Post 29 Jun 2022
What should be done by American decision-makers is to take explicit note of the two relevant concerns (nuclear war and genocide) and to assess the risks of each concern ... subtle ways in which plausible nuclear war risks and plausible genocide risks could impact each other.
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War in Ukraine: lesson on why world should ban nuclear arms

Korea Times 29 Jun 2022
The Vienna meeting, which brought together over 49 states as participants that have ratified the treaty, and 34 states as observers, and many representatives of 85 concerned NGOs, cannot take place in isolation or be shielded from the reality of the war in Ukraine and Russian nuclear saber rattling.
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Putin’s Nuke-Happy Space Man Is Going Totally Off the Rails

The Daily Beast 29 Jun 2022
Threats of nuclear war are now so trivial to the Kremlin that they’ve become the stuff of jokes ...The Kremlin obviously wants him to threaten NATO with nuclear war and that is no joke, since we have seen too many psychopathic orders to kill thousands of civilians in the past few months.”.
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Putin puts nuclear threat in foreground

Fort Wayne Journal Gazette 29 Jun 2022
The ebbs and flows of the war in Ukraine still manage to command headlines ... would use nuclear weapons only to deter a nuclear attack on us or our allies ... What the war in Ukraine makes clear is that anytime there’s a conflict involving a country that possesses nuclear weapons, the world edges closer to the possibility of their use.
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Japan to host G-7 summit in Hiroshima on May 19-21, 2023

Kyodo 29 Jun 2022
Next year's summit is intended to send a message of peace from Hiroshima, one of the two nuclear-bombed cities in Japan during World War II, as Russia has dangled the threat of nuclear weapons since it invaded Ukraine in late February ... conference on nuclear nonproliferation to be held in New York in August, where he is expected to deliver a speech.
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‘Pakistan to restore strategic balance of power’

The News International 29 Jun 2022
The event was attended by senior military and government officials, academics and experts from the field of nuclear and space technologies ... However, at the same time, Pakistan remains open to exploring bilateral arms control mechanisms with India to reduce nuclear risks and prevent war.
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Today: January 6 Chaos, Russia’s War Against Civilians

The Atlantic 29 Jun 2022
When the United Nations system was created at the end of World War II, the seat now held by Russia was occupied by the Soviet Union, an aggressive, nuclear-armed nation ruled by Joseph Stalin, a genocidal psychopath ... lead to a nuclear conflict that not even Putin seems to want.
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Pakistan countering ‘West-backed’ Indian military build-up: NCA aide

Dawn 29 Jun 2022
... India a highly irresponsible nuclear power ... As a responsible nuclear state, Pakistan seeks strategic stability and shall maintain its full spectrum deterrence, while remaining open to exploring bilateral arms control mechanisms with India to reduce nuclear risks and prevent war.
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Pakistan countering ‘West-backed’ Indian military build-up: National Command Authority aide

Dawn 29 Jun 2022
... India a highly irresponsible nuclear power ... As a responsible nuclear state, Pakistan seeks strategic stability and shall maintain its full spectrum deterrence, while remaining open to exploring bilateral arms control mechanisms with India to reduce nuclear risks and prevent war.
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‘They do not want us,’ Ukraine says of NATO as leaders meet

Courier Express 29 Jun 2022
Yet Ukraine expected more practical support from NATO, arguably the only body equipped to offer effective security guarantees against a nuclear armed Russia. The government in Kyiv asked NATO for weapons before the war, for a no fly zone after it began, and for a membership perspective throughout, Zhovkva said, adding “we received zero answer.”.
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Ukraine war: Putin's ‘toxic masculinity’ to blame for war, says Boris Johnson

The Daily Telegraph 29 Jun 2022
Ukraine war - featured articles V2 ... Putin is winning the economic war Sir Kim Darroch. Nato has to be ready for a nuclear strike Listen to the latest episode of our daily Ukraine podcast ... President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday said Russia must not be allowed to win the war in Ukraine in a hardening of his rhetoric against Moscow.
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Shared humanity is the big idea at Aspen Ideas Fest ‘Afternoon of Conversation’

Aspen Times 29 Jun 2022
... in fighting a war, too ... “They cared about stitching together the humanism again, in the aftermath of war and genocide and forced migration and nuclear devastation, and the rise of the Soviet system, and the question was, what is it that brings humanity together?” Porterfield said.
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EU ‘playing a dangerous game’ in Ukraine

Asiatimes 29 Jun 2022
The president of Zambia came in and he criticized the war ... It is, as you said, an act of war against Russia ... A new European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) poll found 61% of people fear that the war could escalate into a nuclear war, and 61% worried that the cost of living, especially energy prices, would continue to rise.
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Udaipur beheading: Home Ministry sends NIA team to Rajasthan, know how it works

DNA India 29 Jun 2022
Udaipur beheading ... In Udaipur's Dhanmandi police station area, two men allegedly slit the throat of a tailor and posted a video on social media saying they did it to avenge the 'insult to Islam' ... What is NIA? ... The agency investigates terror offences, waging war against the country, offences on nuclear facilities among others ... .
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Baltic nations demand a new garrison of 50,000 NATO troops to stop Putin surrounding Lithuania, ...

The Daily Mail 29 Jun 2022
Boris Johnson is expected to use his appearance at the NATO summit in Madrid to pledge extra troops for Estonia, potentially more than doubling current numbers ... That has prompted Russia - via its state media propaganda networks - to warn of a 'de-facto' war with NATO, which it argues could spiral into a nuclear Third World War ... Previous 1 Next ... Share.

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