Monday, April 12, 2010

Where Is The Pulitzer Prize for Peacekeeping?

"Ukraine announced Monday that it has agreed to give up its highly enriched uranium, at the start of a summit called by President Obama to focus on protecting the world's stockpiles of nuclear materials from terrorist organizations pursuing the bomb. ...

Ukraine agreed to give up its roughly 90-kilogram stock of highly enriched uranium by the next Nuclear Security Summit scheduled to be held in the summer of 2012, much of it this year. In addition, Ukraine will convert its research reactors from highly enriched to low-enriched uranium, a complicated engineering task." ...

Scott Wilson "Ukraine to give up highly enriched uranium, convert nuclear reactors" Washington Post April 12, 2010

Global Peace Index 2009


Header credit: The Kyiv, Ukraine, Future European Union, subway station was constructed deep underground in order to withstand the strength of above-ground nuclear bombing launched from the United States of America during the Cold War of the last century, 1947–1991 . (c) Dmitry Yermak 2010.


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