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Charles F Barnaby

Charles F Barnaby

Frank Barnaby, a nuclear physicist, worked at the: Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, Aldermaston (1951-57); University College, London (1957-67); Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (Director, 1971-81); Oxford Research Group; and is the Editor International Journal of Human Rights.
 
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Russia’s deployment of new intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) is likely to escalate the East-West nuclear ar...
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New Nuclear Weapons
Six years after warnings from world leaders, there is a renewed interest in the risk of nuclear terrorism. Mohamed El...
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New Interest In Nuclear...
Gregg Carsltrom and Bernard Lagan report that “Islamic State has scavenged radioactive material and chemicals from re...
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New Concerns About The ...
China tested its first nuclear weapon device in 1964 at the Lop Nur test site. The weapon was developed as a deterren...
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China's Nuclear-Weapon ...
Interest in North Korea’s nuclear-weapon program has revived, although details of it remain highly controversial. Est...
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North Korea's Nuclear-W...
Paul Dorfman, a senior researcher at the Energy Institute at University College London, explained that nuclear power ...
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What is the Future of N...
Global warming will not be tackled until the world is persuaded to abandon coal, oil, and gas reserves worth huge amo...
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Understanding the Scale...
The increasing automation of warfare through the militarization of drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) means that it is...
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Killing by Remote Contr...
The major Asian countries with civil nuclear programmes - China, India and South Korea – have, post-Fukushima, reaffi...
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The Nuclear Disaster at...
The American B-61 upgrading programme is the most expensive and complex nuclear-warhead modernization programme since...
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President Obama Reneges...
The U.N. has assembled a team of international experts to investigate the use of chemical weapons in the Syrian confl...
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Have Chemical Weapons B...
As the recent events in the USA show, the possible use of ricin by terrorists has to be taken very seriously indeed. ...
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Ricin Sent to President...
North Korea has developed nuclear missiles over the past few decades from tactical artillery rockets. They have also ...
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Is There a Serious Nort...
North Korea, already the world’s most isolated country, has shown that it is prepared to live with sanctions and inte...
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North Korea Tests Again
Are current developments in nuclear weapons and ballistic-missile technologies in India and Pakistan such that it is ...
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Are India and Pakistan ...
According to the BAS in a letter sent to US President Barack Obama, the two most serious of today’s global problems a...
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Open Letter from Atomic...
The Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear disasters have impacted nuclear developments everywhere. The future may hold new ...
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What are the Prospects ...
North Korea is described as a totalitarian dictatorship, ruled by the Kim family and their elaborate cult of politici...
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Is North Korea a Real a...
The risks involved in maintaining large stocks of plutonium that can be readily used to fabricate nuclear weapons are...
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Japan's Plutonium Repro...
Theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, an enigmatic, but tragically flawed, person, was one of the most content...
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J. Robert Oppenheimer -...
The government of Colombia is planning to negotiate with the FARC in an attempt to end to Colombia ’s civil conflict....
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Colombia Hopes to End 4...
Microelectronics is making military activities increasingly remote and automated. Many believe that military action b...
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The Implications of Dro...
Over the years, many questions have been asked about why exactly Pretoria wanted nuclear weapons and how they were ab...
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Why Did South Africa Wi...
It must be expected that India’s nuclear arsenal will continue to grow. When its FBRs go into operation, India will b...
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Will India Become the W...
Pakistan’s opposition to the International Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty indicates its unwillingness to consider ca...
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How Secure Are Pakistan...
The regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad seems to be coming to an end. Not very surprisingly, the fate of its chem...
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Syria's Biological and ...
On 29 July 2012, US Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, in his first foreign policy speech, made to Jewish...
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Iran: Israeli and Ameri...
Yasser Arafat was the President of the Palestinian National Authority when he died on 11 November 2004. Following his...
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Polonium-210: A Poison ...
Next October will see the fiftieth anniversary of the Cuban missile crisis - the major confrontation between the Unit...
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The 1962 Cuban Missile ...
History shows that it is, to say the least, very difficult to dissuade a country intent on acquiring nuclear weapons ...
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Targeted Killings are L...
 
 
 
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