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Nuclear war became more likely this time here’s why

By Robert Andersen & Martin J Sherwin It is possible that the post-1945 US-Soviet peace came ‘through strength’, but that need not imply nuclear deterrence. It is also undeniable that the presence of nuclear weapons on hair-trigger alert capable of

How to limit presidential authority to order the use of nuclear weapons

By Lisbeth Gronlund, David Wright &  Steve Fetter In the United States, the president has sole authority to order the use of nuclear weapons, for any reason and at any time. This arrangement is both risky and unnecessary. The risks

Kim Jong-un North Korea’s nuclear arsenal is now complete

Second, deterrence requires that each side’s arsenal remains invulnerable to attack, or at least that such an attack would be prevented insofar as a potential victim retained a ‘second-strike’ retaliatory capability, sufficient to prevent such an attack in the first


Pakistan tour of New Zealand, 2018 5 ODIs, 3 T20s. Jan 03-Jan 28 | Schedule & Results 5 ODI Series Result Jan 06, Sat | New Zealand vs Pakistan, 1st ODI NZ 315/7 (50 Ovs)       PAK 166/6 (30.1 Ovs)

Year 2017 Review – International

January 06 Jan:  Renowned Indian Actor Om Puri Dies at 66. 08 Jan: Ex-Iranian President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani Dies at 82. 10 Jan: Taliban bombings kill at least 30 people near Afghan parliament. 11 Jan:  5 UAE diplomats killed

Year 2017 – Review – Pakistan

January 04 Jan: Renowned classical singer Ustad Fateh Ali Khan passes away. 09 Jan: Pakistan test fires  Babur-3 first nuclear-capable submarine cruise missile. 27 Jan: Keel laying ceremony of navy’s craft held in KS&EW. A Maritime Patrol Vessel (MPV) being

No Turkish president had gone to Greece in 65 years 

So why now?  By Iliana Magra Recep Tayyip Erdogan became the first Turkish president to visit Greece in 65 years, when he met with the Greek prime minister and president. He had twice visited the country as a prime minister,

The beginning of the Bengal hybrid war

By Saikat Bhattacharya Bengal delta is located to the east of South Asia. It is also called Gang-Brahmaputra delta which is also the largest delta in the world. At the same time, it is world’s most fertile land having above

My Views On Reviews

By: Shafique Ahmed Shafique Book’s Name :  Nazeriat-e-Faza Azmi Author’s name  :  Zahid Rashid Publisher  : Rang-e-Adab Publications,   ——————-  : 5,  Ketab Market, ——————-   : Urdu Bazar, Karachi. Page   : 320 Price  : Rs. 500/-    Zahid Rashid a young chap,

Why the world’s most dangerous flashpoint isn’t NK

It’s Between India and Pakistan By: Zachary Keck With the world’s attention firmly fixated on North Korea, the greatest possibility of nuclear war is in fact on the other side of Asia. That place is what could be called the