"Sixty-five years ago today, the world entered the age of nuclear weapons. Ban Ki Moon is in Hiroshima, along, for the first time, a U.S. government official, for a ceremony marking the anniversary of the Atomic bombing of Hiroshima."
"Sudan's first national elections since 1986 are set for next week. To put it lightly, these elections are facing something of a credibility problem. Opposition parties have been restricted in their ability to campaign; the main opposition party has chosen to boycott the elections; and Sudan's president threatened to cut off the fingers of election monitors dispatched by the Carter Center."
"These next few weeks are a marathon of activity in nuclear security and non-proliferation. The new American Nuclear Posture Review dropped yesterday, which for the first time specifically renounced the development of new nuclear weapons and as their use as a deterrent against chemical and biological attacks."