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  • Nuclear weapons are 'accidents waiting to happen'

    Nuclear weapons are 'accidents waiting to happen'
    Discussions surrounding nuclear weapons have been thrust into the limelight recently with the U.S. negotiations with Iran heating up ("Iranian leaders lining up to support a nuclear deal," March 25). How are we to address the real threat of nuclear...
  • Officials: U.S. considers letting Iran run nuclear centrifuges

    Officials: U.S. considers letting Iran run nuclear centrifuges
    The United States is considering letting Tehran run hundreds of centrifuges at a once-secret, fortified underground bunker in exchange for limits on centrifuge work and research and development at other sites, officials have told The Associated Press....
  • Work toward a nuclear-free world [Letter]

    As a student at McDaniel College studying International Relations and an activist with Global Zero, I unabashedly desire a world without nuclear weapons. From my coursework, I know the frustrations and barriers that governments encounter in negotiations...
  • On Iran, we must remember our values

    On Iran, we must remember our values
    The latest reports from Lausanne concerning the Administration’s negotiations with Iran seem to offer a reward for bad behavior. Iran has not shown a willingness to change, and providing sanctions relief in exchange for promises of future good...
  • Nuclear draft accord caps Iran centrifuges, enrichment levels for a decade

    Nuclear draft accord caps Iran centrifuges, enrichment levels for a decade
    The United States and Iran are drafting elements of a nuclear deal that commits Tehran to a 40 percent cut in the number of machines it could use to make an atomic bomb, officials told The Associated Press on Thursday. In return, the Iranians would get...
  • Ivory legality, Ukraine and downtown park: Letters

    Ivory legality, Ukraine and downtown park: Letters
    Ivory: Legal vs. illegal The article "Bill would make ivory sale illegal without its records" on OrlandoSentinel.com on Feb. 15 highlights a potentially damaging piece of legislation. While the intentions behind the bill are clearly good natured —...
  • Rubio: 'Absolutely' willing to defy European allies on Iran

    Rubio: 'Absolutely' willing to defy European allies on Iran
    Eying the Republican presidential nomination, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said Tuesday he would "absolutely" defy stalwart European allies if necessary to revoke any Iranian nuclear deal he might inherit from President Barack Obama. In an interview with...
  • Iranians optimistic about clinching nuclear agreement

    Iranians optimistic about clinching nuclear agreement
    In an unusually upbeat assessment, Iran's top nuclear official said Tuesday his government's main disagreements with the U.S. and its negotiating partners have been resolved and expressed optimism about meeting a late March deadline for a framework deal....
  • Lake Pickett, godless, and progress: Letters

    Lake Pickett, godless, and progress: Letters
    Develop Lake Pickett? Regarding the article "Developers tout new plan for Econ area" in Wednesday's Sentinel about the Lake Pickett housing development: I live in Fairways on State Road 50, one half-mile away. I was pleased to read Orange County...
  • GOP letter to Iran: Why not call it treason?

    What's the punishment for treason? Life in prison without parole? Death by hanging? Maybe 47 Republican senators should have thought of that before signing an open letter to the leadership of Iran. Consider the outrage. While the United States and our...
  • All nations — including Israel and the U.S. — must rid themselves of nuclear weapons

    All nations — including Israel and the U.S. — must rid themselves of nuclear weapons
    There are nine countries or more that have the capability of dropping a nuclear bomb. This deadly achievement gives these countries power to do whatever they deem necessary in their best interests. In short, each has a powerful scare tactic to dominate...