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Lest we Forget: Hiroshima Mayor’s Peace Declaration on the 72nd A-bomb anniversary

Lest we Forget: Hiroshima Mayor’s Peace Declaration on the 72nd A-bomb anniversary

Full text of the Peace Declaration read by Hiroshima Mayor, Kazumi Matsui at a ceremony to mark the 72nd anniversary of the atomic bombing of the city.

South Korea to distance itself from nuclear and coal energy

South Korea to distance itself from nuclear and coal energy

In an encouraging move, South Korea’s new government has decided to make a clear shift away from coal and nuclear energy.

From the Reykjavik Summit to the Soviet breakup, to the New Cold War: Where Are We Now?

From the Reykjavik Summit to the Soviet breakup, to the New Cold War: Where Are We Now?

by Dennis Riches October 1, 2016 That was then Thirty years ago Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev met in Iceland for the Reykjavik Summit of October 11-12, 1986. The standard narrative of the event, established mostly by its participants, tells a tale of diplomatic heroism that failed in the short-termRead More

Kazakhstan: Living with Semipalatinsk’s Nuclear Fallout

Kazakhstan: Living with Semipalatinsk’s Nuclear Fallout

Kazakhstan: Living with Semipalatinsk’s Nuclear Fallout August 26, 2016 by Joanna Lillis  Originally published by EurasiaNet.org   In the village of Znamenka in northeastern Kazakhstan, adults have vivid memories of nuclear explosions rocking the steppe. “We saw mushroom clouds — big and terrifying ones,” recalled Galina Tornoshenko, 67, shaking her headRead More