JFK anniversary of death

Posted by on Nov 22, 2013 in History, Politics | No Comments
JFK anniversary of death

Today is the anniversary of the death of John Fitzgerald Kennedy, also known as JFK. Between 1961 and 1963 he was Americas 35th president and his term in office happened to fall into the peak level of Cold War with significant historical events. His foreign policy was directly challenged and further influenced by Fidel Castros […]

A Saudis Nuclear Bomb?

Posted by on Nov 21, 2013 in Politics | No Comments
A Saudis Nuclear Bomb?

The Middle East conflict about a possible Iranian nuclear bomb forces Saudi Arabia to come up with a strategy plan.  According to Mark Urban of  BBC News Middle East there are assumptions made by UN Officials that the Saudis are in connection with Pakistan to buy nuclear weapons. “Saudi Arabia has invested in Pakistani nuclear […]

Irans Nuclear Program and Dual Use of Atomic Energy

Posted by on Nov 18, 2013 in Politics | No Comments
Irans Nuclear Program and Dual Use of Atomic Energy

The invention of rocket technology helped the human race to reach the space. But there is a dual use behind these peaceful intentions: Highly developed missiles also offer access to exertion of power for quiet a long distance around the globe – specially as delivery vehicles for nuclear warheads. Dual use goods are products and […]

Missing: Atomic bomb with sustaining nuclear destructiveness

Posted by on Nov 14, 2013 in Politics | No Comments
Missing: Atomic bomb with sustaining nuclear destructiveness

It is quite disturbing what is to be understood behind the U.S. Navy’s term broken arrow which is to be found in relation with nuclear weapons and their unwittingly loss – be that temporary or continuous. Corresponding to a definition by the Central for Defense Information (2012 merged into the non-profit organization Project On Government […]

First Strike – About atomic bombs and a (mostly) unintended nuclear war

Posted by on Nov 12, 2013 in Politics | No Comments
First Strike – About atomic bombs and a (mostly) unintended nuclear war

“I’m sorry, Dmitri… I’m very sorry…All right, you’re sorrier than I am, but I am as sorry as well…I am as sorry as you are, Dmitri! Don’t say you’re more sorry than I am, because I’m capable of being just as sorry as you are… So we’re both sorry, all right?… All right.”