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  • According to Global Zero, an anti-nuclear weapons NGO, Pakistan spent $1.8 billion on its nuclear weapons program last year, about a quarter of total military spending.

    Pakistan's Nuclear Albatross

  • The decision is a victory for anti-nuclear groups that have long labeled Hamaoka as the country's most dangerous nuclear power plant.

    Japanese Power Company Agrees to Reactor Shutdown

  • The white paper was welcomed by anti-nuclear groups including Greenpeace, which claimed the MoD had wasted money "equipping itself to fight the last war rather than the next".

    National security strategy says UK under threat of cyber attack

  • Some environmental groups and anti-nuclear activists have suggested that Japan should abandon its nuclear sector and opt for “green” energy projects like wind and solar.

    World Energy Market Adjusting to Japan Nuclear Crisis

  • As Inter Press Service's Andrea Lund reports, anti-nuclear groups are using the Japanese disaster as just one example of the disadvantages of nuclear power.

    The Media Consortium: Weekly Mulch: Saying no to the nuclear option

  • The cabinet were only told of the decision to buy the original Trident C-4 system when the details of the secret deal with Jimmy Carter leaked out in the US.The 1981 cabinet papers show that John Biffen, the trade secretary, privately warned Thatcher in March not to underestimate the electoral damage the anti-nuclear movement could inflict.

    Thatcher went behind cabinet's back with Trident purchase

  • In two mayoral elections over the past month in such towns, the pro-nuclear incumbents won landslide elections over anti-nuclear opponents.

    Living by Reactors, Japanese Are Split

  • They added anti-nuclear slogans as they passed the offices of Tokyo Electic Power Co, the operator of the stricken Fukushima plant.

    'Occupy' Protests Around the World

  • James Simms/The Wall Street Journal Pro-nuclear Mayor Shigemi Kashiwabara, wearing a tie, versus anti-nuclear challenger Sadao Yamato, in a polo shirt in front of solar panels Activists have been fighting Chugoku Electric Power Co.'s plan for a Kaminoseki plant since it was first broached in 1982, and all eight mayoral elections since then have been fought mainly over the issue.

    Nuclear Power Drives Japan Village Election

  • More broadly, the defeat of a mayor whose economic development strategy has centered around a controversial power plant could fuel the country's increasingly influential anti-nuclear movement.

    Nuclear Power Drives Japan Village Election

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