The Americans became the first Western leaders to break a taboo by recognizing that Iran may go nuclear
A senior British military officer also told the paper that Western military leaders "all assume the Saudis have made the decision to go nuclear
Yet the prospective agreement is so clearly a pathway to an Iranian bomb that the Saudis are signaling that the deal itself would impel them to go nuclear
In charge of nuclear and alternative energy at the Ghanian Ministry of Energy and Petroleum, Robert Sogbadji, said : "Now we have rejuvenated the whole idea to go nuclear
because it was envisaged that it would be so cheap that we would not even have to price electricity.
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With the best intentions and all efforts, (the former US) President (Ronald) Reagan vowed that Pakistan would not go nuclear
allows Iran to go nuclear
, it risks the "Finlandization" of the Persian Gulf.
To be fair to King Jong-un, if I was given a haircut like that, I'd go nuclear
Does the nation go nuclear
, rely on renewable technology or "frack" our countryside to release gas?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu argues that Iran must be kept from holding huge quantities of enriched uranium lest it go nuclear
THE competition for Celtic's right-back role will go nuclear
in two weeks - but Cha Du Ri insists increased competition will only fire him up.
Lee told Steinberg that he believes Japan may well go nuclear
, and that the prospect of Japan with nuclear weapons is less bad in China's view than losing North Korea as a buffer state.
While Riedel is certainly not against sabotage, sanctions, and the likehe would certainly prefer that Israel retain its nuclear monopoly in the regionhis argument is very much one for allowing Iran to go nuclear
, not because we want it to but because the alternatives are worse.
The broadcasters of Radio Pakistan need to know that India had to go nuclear
only because of Pakistan secretly equipped itself with nuclear bombs.
In an interview with Kyodo News in Pyongyang, Ro Jong Su, a director-level researcher at the Foreign Ministry, dismissed the claim in some circles in the United States that Japan and South Korea could go nuclear
unless the international community stops Pyongyang's nuclear development, calling such a claim ''outrageous'' and ''far from the reality.