nuclearization love


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  • n. An act of arming with nuclear weapons.


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  • The headlines daily reinforce this conclusion: As Iran's nuclearization drive hurtles to the point of no return, the governing mullahs plot assassination on U.S. soil and threaten American aircraft carriers in the Persian Gulf.

    It Takes Two to Engage

  • The U.S. and its allies have imposed sanction regimes on Iran, but they have allowed legalistic definitions to free Iranian officials with ties to its nuclearization program to flout travel bans and such.

    Iran's Terror Plot

  • By contrast, should India throw its weight behind a powerful anti-Iran coalition, it stands to gain by halting the further nuclearization of its neighborhood, blunting the spread of radical Islam and bolstering its credentials as a force for stability.

    Weaning India Off Iran

  • That does not mean that, I think, there will be much progress made at those talks toward de-nuclearization.

    South Korean President Vows Stern Response to Aggression

  • The best outcome, of course, would be to deter Iran from both foreign aggression and domestic nuclearization by making the costs too high, even for the most zealous or adventurous Iranian leaders.

    Warning Iran Against Hitting 'Soft' American Targets

  • "Our policy toward North Korea remains today as it has been - calling for the complete de-nuclearization of the Korean Peninsula," said one of the senior administration officials.

    White House rejects direct North Korea talks

  • That's what the Bush Administration did late in its tenure, when it took North Korea off the list of terrorism sponsors and returned $25 million in frozen North Korean assets in the hope that the North would submit to a vague de-nuclearization process.

    Office 39, Call Office 99

  • Unfortunately, the nuclearization of the global economy is most likely out of reach.

    The Neverending Oil Spill

  • The main topic was Iran -- it's high-powered rush to nuclearization, the human rights drama unfolding on the streets of Tehran and what if anything, short of force can be done to bring about behavior-if not-regime change: The universal answer was: tougher, much tougher economic sanctions against the Mullahtocracy's Military Industrial Complex.

    Rabbi Abraham Cooper: From Hitler to Ahmadinejad: CEOs You Can Rely On

  • As for gauging necessity, we will have to deal with the rise of China, the growing power of Russia, and the nuclearization of fanatic regimes.

    America's Dangerous Rush to Shrink Its Military Power


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