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TOWARD A NUCLEAR FREE WORLD was first launched in 2009 with a view to raising and strengthening public awareness of the urgent need for non-proliferation and ushering in a world free of nuclear weapons. Read more

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La Hija del Presidente Kennedy Lleva la Antorcha de la Paz a Japón

Por Taro Ichikawa | IDN-InDepth NewsAnalysis

TOKIO (IDN) – Caroline Kennedy tenía sólo 20 años cuando acompañó a su tío, el fallecido senador Edward Kennedy, a Hiroshima, lugar del primer ataque con bomba nuclear de EE.UU. que mató a 140.000 personas, el 6 de agosto de 1945. En una audiencia del Senado en septiembre, en la que se confirmaba su nombramiento como embajadora de EE.UU. en Japón, dijo que estaba profundamente conmovida por su visita en 1978, que incluyó un recorrido por el Museo de la Paz de Hiroshima.

No-Nuke Australia Thwarts Nuclear Free World – Japanese




No-Nuke Australia Thwarts Nuclear Free World

Nuclear Abolition News | IDN


SYDNEY (IDN) – Australia has been expressing support for a nuclear weapons-free world, but documents obtained by disarmament advocacy group, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), reveal that the Australian Government sees the increasing international focus on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons as “rubbing up against” its reliance on the United States nuclear weapons. [P] CHINESE TEXT VERSION PDF | JAPANESE TEXT VERSION PDF | NORWEGIAN

Daughter Takes Kennedy’s Peace Torch To Japan – Japanese




Kennedy-Tochter trägt Friedensfackel nach Japan

Photo: Caroline Kennedy | Credit: U.S. State Dept.Von Taro Ichikawa

Tokio (IDN) – Caroline Kennedy war 20 Jahre alt, als sie ihren Onkel, den früheren US-Senator Edward Kennedy, nach Hiroshima begleitete. Damals besuchte sie auch das dortige Friedensmuseum, das an die katastrophalen Folgen des US-Atombombenangriffs erinnert, der am 6. August 1945 140.000 Japanern das Leben kostete.

Daughter Takes Kennedy’s Peace Torch To Japan – Norwegian

Datter tar Kennedys fredsfakkel til Japan

Av Taro Ichikawa

TOKYO (IDN) – Caroline Kennedy var bare 20 år gammel når hun ble med onkelen sin, den avdøde senatoren Edward Kennedy, til Hiroshima, stedet for USAs første bombeangrep som drepte 140.000 mennesker 6. august, 1945. I en senathøring i september, under innsvergingen som USAs ambassadør i Japan, sa hun at hun ble meget beveget under besøket hennes i 1978 som inkluderte en omvisning i Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum.

Daughter Takes Kennedy’s Peace Torch To Japan – Hindi

केनेडी की पुत्री उनकी शांति मशाल को जापान ले जाती हैं

टैरो इशिकावा द्वारा

टोक्यो (आईडीएन) – कैरोलीन केनेडी उस समय महज 20 साल की थीं जब वे अपने चाचा स्वर्गीय सीनेटर एडवर्ड केनेडी के साथ हिरोशिमा गई थीं जहां 6 अगस्त, 1945 को पहले अमेरिकी बम हमले में 140,000 लोग मारे गए थे। सितंबर में सीनेट के समक्ष जापान में अमेरिकी राजदूत के रूप में अपनी नियुक्ति की पुष्टि की सुनवाई के दौरान उन्होंने कहा कि 1978 की उस यात्रा से वे काफी विचलित हुई थीं जिसमें हिरोशिमा शांति स्मारक संग्रहालय का दौरा भी शामिल था।

Daughter Takes Kennedy’s Peace Torch To Japan

Nuclear Abolition News | IDN


TOKYO (IDN) – Caroline Kennedy was just 20 years old when she accompanied her uncle, the late Senator Edward Kennedy, to Hiroshima, site of the first U.S. bomb attack that killed 140,000 people on August 6, 1945. In a Senate hearing in September, confirming her appointment as U.S. Ambassador to Japan, she said she was deeply moved by her visit in 1978 that included a tour of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum.

India’s Nuclear Ambitions Unabated

Truck-mounted Missiles on display at the IDEAS 2008 defence exhibition in Karachi, Pakistan.

Nuclear Abolition NewsViewpoint | Eurasia Review


KARACHI – As the world seeks to shrink global stockpiles of nuclear weapons, India continues to modernise its arsenal which increases Pakistan’s security dilemmas, compelling it to respond appropriately. Much alarm has been raised in the West about Pakistan’s enhancement of its nuclear capability and depicted this as a mindless, irrational drive motivated by the unbridled ambitions of the nuclear scientific-military lobby, which is far from reality. This has been in play against Pakistan but no one cares what India does. The links between nuclear power and nuclear weapons go back to the very beginning of the development of atomic energy. Over time the nature and strength of these links have varied.

La ONU Presiona Sobre La Prohibición Global De Pruebas Nucleares

Por Jaya Ramachandran | IDN-InDepth NewsAnalysis

NUEVA YORK (IDN ) – Diecisiete años después de que el Tratadode prohibición completa de los ensayos nucleares  (CTBT ) se abriera a la firma, las Naciones Unidas han puesto en marcha una nueva iniciativa para acelerar su entrada en vigencia ” lo antes posible” .



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