Tag Archive for Nonproliferation

Obama and Hiroshima

Hiroshima, Nagasaki and, to a certain extent, other parts of Japan are caught up in attempts to persuade President Barack Obama to visit one of the two A-bombed cities, as early as next month. On Thursday, the Hiroshima Peace Media…

Note to readers: Back at it

It’s been some two months since the last post here. But, after taking some time to get settled back into U.S. life after my Fulbright-sponsored research work, I am resuming work here now on several fronts. First, I want the…

No Biden talk

On a trip earlier this month, Hiroshima Mayor Tadatoshi Akiba addressed U.S. counterparts on efforts to stop nuclear proliferation. But, as the Hiroshima Peace Media Center reported, he didn’t get a chance to lobby top Obama administration officials for a…

Proliferation, or nonproliferation

The larger issue behind North Korea’s nuclear testing is whether the world’s existing atomic powers insist on keeping their arsenals. Thanks to YES! Magazine, I got a chance to write about that from Hiroshima perspective. The article, brings together the…