Latest in Tag: Nuclear weapons Highlight
Latest in Tag: Nuclear weapons
Time has come to intensify international efforts to establish nuclear-weapon-free zone in Middle East, says Aboul Gheit
Declaration issued by geographically diverse countries which have long been active in the Non-Proliferation field
Trump declares Israel’s claims as vindication, Iran describes them as ‘childish’
Top priority for Egypt is Middle East NWFZ, calls for coordinator’s resignation
FM reiterated demands for the submission of all states under the three pillars of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty
Foreign minister discusses nuclear disarmament and regional issues on sidelines of UN General Assembly
Rouhani will meet his Turkish counterpart Abdullah Gul and Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, where the powerful neighbours are expected to discuss security concerns as well as trade opportunities.
Egypt’s UN representative in Geneva to push for Nuclear Weapons Free Zone in the Middle East
As part of a monitoring process agreed with the UN agency
AFP- Israel’s intelligence minister Monday slammed as unacceptable comments by US Secretary of State John Kerry on negotiations with Iran over its nuclear programme which he said indicated a “surrender” to Tehran. “The things Kerry said in the Congress are worrying, they are surprising and they are unacceptable,” Yuval Steinitz, who is also strategic affairs …
Israel and Western powers suspect Iran’s uranium enrichment programme is part of a covert drive to acquire a nuclear weapons capability, an allegation Tehran vehemently denies.
The framework deal agreed Monday requires Iran to provide the IAEA within three months information on all new research reactors and to identify 16 sites designated for new nuclear power plants.
Arab nations seek unified stance on ridding the Middle East of WMDs
Israel has repeatedly warned against the so-called charm offensive of Iran’s new President Hassan Rouhani, which led to direct talks between Tehran and the P5+1 countries
Fahmy discusses roadmap, domestic affairs and foreign policy in UN address
Foreign ministry cites ‘continued failure’ to establish conference to rid the region of nuclear weapons
Cameron warned that Britain would be left defenceless against “highly unpredictable and aggressive” regimes
In a statement published by the official KCNA news agency, he North Korean army said Thursday it had final approval to launch “merciless” military strikes on the United States
The Amnesty International rights group called the blocking move “deeply cynical”
Diplomats said that the IAEA and Iran still had “differences”.
Minister of Foreign Affairs holding a number of meetings to discuss Palestinian situation before ministerial meeting at the Arab League
Iran denies seeking or ever having sought nuclear weapons, and rejected the alleged evidence
The current international political system is the result of dominant power relations between the biggest nations and also the smaller ones. The way the UN is managed, global trade is conducted, and security issues are settled are all created by man, as is the UN veto system. Therefore, they are not everlasting, unquestionable formalities and …
Iranian authorities arrest suspects for the assassination of Iranian nuclear scientists.
By Matt Spetalnick and Alister Bull / Reuters WASHINGTON: Shortly after taking office, US President Barack Obama set the goal of eventually ridding the world of nuclear weapons as a central theme of his presidency and pledged dramatic steps to lead the way. But after plenty of lofty rhetoric and a few steps forward, Obama is …
By Gareth Evans CANBERRA: Last month, the Doomsday Clock’s hands were moved a minute closer to midnight by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, the respected global organization that for decades has tracked the risk of a nuclear-weapons catastrophe, whether caused by accident or design, state or terrorist, fission bomb or dirty radiological bomb. Few around …