Category Archives: Nuclear Proliferation

Expose the truth about the nuclear industry

(April 28, 2004) We have learned that the federal government has quietly begun giving its friends in the nuclear industry new access to the public purse, in order to fund plans for massive nuclear power growth. Continue reading

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Khan-du fallout hits Canada

(February 5, 2004) Hate to say it, but we told you so! Continue reading

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Indo-Pakistani nuclear war? CANDU!

(May 1, 2002) In uncertain times, small things can make all the difference. One December 13, 2001, a wrong turn by a driver in New Delhi may have saved the planet from a nuclear Armageddon. That morning, five heavily armed men driving a car packed with explosives slipped past guards at the Indian Parliament. Continue reading

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Against the Bomb

(January 6, 2002) In the midst of war-like postures emanating out of New Delhi and Islamabad, Out of the Nuclear Shadow is a must-read. It brings some of best writings of the intellectuals and activists of the subcontinent and is a contribution to the anti-nuclear struggle, says KANTI BAJPAI. Continue reading

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Canada’s nuke tie to Taliban

(December 21, 2001) The suicide bomb that exploded in New Delhi last week, triggering renewed tensions between India and Pakistan, has once again landed the latter country’s nuclear arsenal at the top of international security concerns. Alarm about a possible nuclear meltdown in the subcontinent comes amid fears that rouge extremists in Pakistan could try to seize that country’s nuclear arsenal and reports linking former and active Pakistani nuke scientists to al Qaeda. Continue reading

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Part Two: Indo-Pakistani nuclear war? CANDU!

(May 1, 2001) Ensuring more CANDU sales meant not giving countries a hard time over bothersome issues like safeguards against plutonium diversion, says David Martin, who is a nuclear policy consultant at the Sierra Club of Canada. Continue reading

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Why Candus are bomb kits

(June 7, 1998) A huge spinoff industry depends on reactor sales, officials say. But suppliers diversified long ago, writes Richard Foot. Continue reading

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