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Libya And Weapons Of Mass Destruction - Nuclear Program - Foreign Assistance
... Republic of China, Colonel Gaddafi made a failed attempt to purchase nuclear weapons from China ... Libya then turned to India, an arch rival of Pakistan, for nuclear assistance ... In 1978, Libyan agents tried unsuccessfully to persuade India to sell Libya nuclear weapons ...
List Of Fictional United States Presidents G–M - L
... United States Calls for peace and time to prove that the United States did not produce the nuclear weapons Israel used to attack Syria, Jordan, and Egypt, after Tel Aviv's ... or out of contact during the surprise Sino-Soviet nuclear attack on America and replaced by James McCracken, acting President, who, from an undisclosed location (probably a bunker, Raven's Rock, Mount Weather, or the ... in The Simpsons - "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace" episode Former Springfield Nuclear Power Plant employee ...
List Of Books About Nuclear Issues
... This is a list of books about nuclear issues ... They are non-fiction books which relate to uranium mining, nuclear weapons and/or nuclear power ... Security (1982) Canada’s Deadly Secret Saskatchewan Uranium and the Global Nuclear System (2007) Carbon-Free and Nuclear-Free (2007) Chernobyl ...
Bertrand Russell's Views On Society - Activism - Pacifism, War and Nuclear Weapons
... Russell consistently opposed the continued existence of nuclear weapons ever since their first use ... shocked some observers with comments that seemed to suggest a preemptive nuclear strike on the Soviet Union might be justified ... and showed considerable generosity, when it is remembered that America still had an unbroken nuclear monopoly." (Has Man a Future?, 1961) ...

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