• Nuclear Disarmament

    Is Global Cooperation Over? Midwesterners Assess the Trends

    by  • May 8, 2017 • ICC, Nuclear Disarmament, Peace and Security, US Foreign Relations, WORLDVIEWS • 

    We stand on the shoulders of those who created the international order, which has prevented world war for more than 70 years. “American leaders who laid foundations of the contemporary world order envisioned a world in which all peoples might pursue shared peace, prosperity and dignity. They hoped to forge a global community under...

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    At UN Session on North Korea, the US Shows It’s Back

    by  • April 28, 2017 • Asia, Geopolitics, Nuclear Disarmament, Security Council, US Foreign Relations, US-UN Relations • 

    Speaking to the United Nations Security Council at a meeting on North Korea held at the foreign-minister level, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson asked member countries to join the United States in a strong campaign to enhance pressures on the Kim Jong Un regime, whose rapidly developing nuclear and missile programs have reached dangerous levels....

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    Nikki Haley, as US Envoy to the UN, Could Empower Indian Business Ties

    by  • December 2, 2016 • Nuclear Disarmament, Security Council, US Foreign Relations, US-UN Relations • 

    Whatever the real reason that led Donald Trump to name Nikki Haley as his ambassador to the United Nations — that she is a “deal-maker,” a woman from an ethnic minority and a moderate Republican voice he may want to remove from South Carolina — a wave of justifiable pride in many Indians and...

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    Obama, at His Last Nuclear Summit, Urges Strong Vigilance Ahead

    by  • April 5, 2016 • Africa, Nuclear Disarmament, US Foreign Relations • 

    When the last of President Barack Obama’s four summit meetings on keeping weapons-grade material out of the hands of terrorists and criminals ended on April 1, there were no headline advances to report, as experts were predicting. Instead, Obama took the opportunity at a farewell news conference to count how considerable progress had been...

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