Hiroshima

  On the radar: Greater efficiencies needed for nuclear labs; Moral blind spots on Hiroshima and Nagasaki; No changes for missile defense programs; Racing forward on missile defense; and the Futility of a South Korean nuclear bomb.   Read more »
Posted on August 14, 2014
  On the radar: Engagement better than withdrawal; Welcome Tom Collina; New Iran nuclear talks; Iran skeptics are wrong; Ensuring Hiroshima can never happen again; Building new nuclear weapons; the High cost of promoting disarmament; and New evidence on missing uranium.   Read more »
Posted on August 7, 2014
  On the radar: Back to the Cold War; Nuclear accord on ice; Unrealistic expectations for Iran deal; China spills its ICBM secrets; Hiroshima in perspective; Transforming US-Iran relations; Preventing war with Iran; the Great nuclear myth; and North Korea seeks emergency UN meeting.   Read more »
Posted on August 5, 2014
69 years ago the world fundamentally changed. With a single bomb, an atom bomb, the entire city of Hiroshima was wiped out and and more than 100,000 people were killed. Nagasaki was similarly bombed three days later and again, a single bomb killed 50,000 people. A new era had begun, one in which all humanity was just minutes from destruction. Read more »
Posted by Eric Sutphin on August 4, 2014
Hiroshima, Nuclear Zero
  On the radar: Prevent a nuke first, then address missiles; White House responds to the NDAA; A new era for Iran diplomacy; Senate bill pulled over Iran measure; IAEA to probe Iran on nuclear ambiguities; Increased funding for Pakistan’s nuclear forces; No new NATO nukes in Eastern Europe; Deeper antimissile cooperation in Asia; Nuclear lizard; and Kim Jong Un’s wild unicorn ride.   Read more »
Posted on May 20, 2014
  On the radar: Crawling toward New START ceilings; US still maintains fissile material for 20,000 nuclear bombs; Tax day priorities; Russia tests new missile; State of play with North Korea; Gottemoeller in Hiroshima; Iran’s diplomat denied visa; Managing perceptions of diplomacy with Iran; and Back when we had nuclear landmines.   Read more »
Posted on April 15, 2014
Today marks the anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing. On August 6, 1945, the U.S. used the first nuclear bomb in combat, destroying a city and killing over one-hundred thousand people in the blink of an eye. The aftermath of Hiroshima is preserved in haunting photos that serve as a reminder of the devastation caused by these horrible weapons of mass destruction. Read more »
Posted by admin on August 6, 2013
Hiroshima, Nuclear Zero
  On the radar: Atomic amendments in NDAA; Nuclear fault lines; Tehran sanctions new tech; To commemorate or not?; Shortsleeve summit; Atomic time capsule; and 25 million Big Macs.   Read more »
Posted on June 7, 2013
  On the radar: DPRK test really Iranian-false; Park on North Korea; Pre-negotiation posturing; Nuclear next steps; Danger of comparing to nukes; NNSA Audit; and Atomic artifacts.   Read more »
Posted on February 25, 2013
  On the radar: Feb. 25 in Kazakhstan; VP Biden remarks; Welcome, Sec. Kerry; Test prep in North Korea; Loose nuke, 55 years later; Gov. Richardson on North Korea; and Ground control to Maj. Mahmoud.   Read more »
Posted on February 4, 2013