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Doomsday Preppers: Nuclear Disaster

July 6, 2011
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Too many idle nuclear weapons have injected extreme fear, much of which is plausible, into average Americans. Peter Larson expresses his concerns of a nuclear apocalypse in the National Geographic series “Doomsday Preppers”. You can watch Peter’s story at the time: (36:57) Especially in a time of the “2012” frenzy, viable threats such as idle WMDs play […]

Weeks Later

May 14, 2011
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In the weeks that followed the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster and the Cricket World Cup, various results signal hope for nuclear nonproliferation. Below, the consequences that entail the two events are explained as well as the prediction in the long-term. By Kevin Rajput   Fukushima Nuclear Plant Disaster – The Great Nuclear Awakening; Ominous Nuclear Signs Tracing […]

The Blame Game

April 8, 2011
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Stressed South Asian relations stall nuclear weapon nonproliferation in the region By Kevin Rajput India’s recent victory against Pakistan in the March Cricket World Cup – though highly celebrated –  refocuses the nuclear and political instabilities of the region. “Love your neighbor, but do not throw down the dividing wall,” cautions an Indian proverb. Applicable to the Kashmir region today, South Asian countries […]

Peace Lobby Weekend

March 30, 2011
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Two weeks ago, I had the wonderful opportunity to attend a Peace Lobby Weekend in Washington, DC that was orchestrated by National Peace Action, Friends Committee on National Legislation, and Iraq Veterans Against the War. Over the course of the weekend, we received education and training on how to lobby for a withdrawal from Afghanistan, […]

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The Great Nuclear Awakening

March 29, 2011
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The men and women of 2011 have once more risen from their slumber to address an omnipresent issue derived from the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster. Massive protests erupted this weekend (3/25-27) as the world takes a stand against nuclear energy and nuclear proliferation. Pointing to the Fukushima nuclear plant disaster, countries like India, Japan itself and Germany, have initiated […]

Ominous Nuclear Signs

March 22, 2011
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Ominous Nuclear Signs In the wake of the challenges imposed by the nuclear reactor “Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station”, the world takes notice of the damage caused by nuclear energy. Though the damage was not directly the result of a nuclear weapons assault, the sheer impact the nuclear crisis has created in Japan foreshadows the […]