It’s such a shame Labour didn’t elect somebody more moderate who would be willing to press the button, such as Kim Jong-un
'The problems in this world are not huge wars in that way,' Labour leader says
Unions and MPs block proposal to debate policy on nuclear deterrent at conference
They will have a key vote on the issue of nuclear weapons on 28 September
Inventions may change the world, but not all count as progress, and several inventors have later come to regret their bright idea.
Decision sets clock running on six-month deadline for a final nuclear agreement, ending crippling sanctions
Even though he’s not been to see Rodman once during his latest visit to North Korea, where he’s been given the dubious task of running the national basketball team.
The Prime Minister also reminded them of the 'purpose of the NATO mission' to make the country secure
US Secretary of State said major powers, including France, were united in an offer but Iran 'couldn't take it'
Optimism about potential breakthrough in decade-long dispute raised
A meeting of some of the world's most powerful politicians was still ongoing this afternoon, as Iran resisted calls to scale back its nuclear programme.
Hopes rise for nuclear deal with Iran, to the fury of Israel and Saudi Arabia
The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said today that he would be willing to speak by phone with the new Iranian President Hassan Rouhani if the latter called him. But he stressed he would only tell the Iranian leader that Tehran should stop its nuclear programme.
Israeli Prime Minister tells UN General Assembly not to be deceived by President Rouhani’s moderate tone
The Jewish state’s nuclear deterrent is something it wants everyone to know about, but won’t acknowledge
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