nuclear weapons

Head to Head: Trident

Head to Head: Trident

“Trident came into the UK’s possession in the early 1980’s as a replacement for the Polaris missile system; it consists of submarines, missiles and warheads. The logic behind this is to deter a nuclear attack on the UK due to the threat of mutually assured destruction.” Sam Jacobsen and Joe Monk go Head to Head.


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Head to Head: Korean Sports Diplomacy

Head to Head: Korean Sports Diplomacy

The negotiations over North Korea's participation in the Winter Olympics has broken two years of diplomatic stalemate. Where do you stand on the issue of sports diplomacy? Is it effective? Read he arguments and vote in the poll. 


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North Korea's Nuclear Capabilities, Put Simply

North Korea's Nuclear Capabilities, Put Simply

We’re used to laughing at the bizarre behaviour of the world’s most eccentric dictatorship. But with the latest missile test last week, the so-called 'hermit kingdom' now has a credible long-range nuclear weapons program. Find out more here. 


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