Nuclear Weapons

A nuclear weapon (also called an atom bomb, nuke, atomic bomb, nuclear warhead, A-bomb, or nuclear bomb) is an explosive device that derives its destructive force from nuclear reactions, either fission (fission bomb) or from a combination of fission and fusion reactions (thermonuclear bomb). Both bomb types release large quantities of energy from relatively small amounts of matter. The first test of a fission ("atomic") bomb released an amount of energy approximately equal to 20,000 tons of TNT (84 TJ). The first thermonuclear ("hydrogen") bomb test released energy approximately equal to 10 million tons of TNT (42 PJ). Nuclear bombs …

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CIGI · 28 July 2022 English

He began teaching Canadian of the international trade, investment and foreign policy, first to graduate students at development regimes; the emergence of a the University of Toronto, and then through …

American positions. as Canadian acceptance of nuclear weapons NATO, Canadian diplomats, having always for no American retaliation without harm to US Nuclear Weapons financial interests (Thakur and Cunningham about national security than the advent of nuclear weapons, and, More recent experience is less hopeful the dilemma and survived politically. So too nuclear weapons and acquired warheads from did Canada. the during the 2021 limited grasp of the role of nuclear weapons federal election, the leader of the Opposition


CIGI · 27 June 2022 English

of pressing space security issues, the major actors or stakeholders to take into account in As a result, firms will gain experience in large-scale an assessment of space security, and …

change, the taxation process the same role that nuclear weapons acquisition related to private company investment at least some developing countries acquire nuclear weapons. If In a complex systems map, pathways of new


AMAP · 16 June 2022 English

Letcher (Canada), Lisa Loseto (Canada), Melissa McKinney (Canada), Derek Muir (Canada), Sara Pedro (Canada), Marianna Pinzone (Germany), Trevor Porter (Canada), Amanda Poste (Norway), Frank Rigét (Denmark), Heli Routti (Norway), Christian …

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Council of Canadians · 27 May 2022 English

The Council of Canadians June 11, 2022, Annual Meeting of Members (AMM) 2022 Resolutions submitted by the Board of Directors, Chapters, or at least three members in good standing POLICY …

refusing to join the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) because of its membership in the transatlantic


RI · 17 May 2022 English

Unlike Switzerland it decided to components: the neutrality of a post- pursue European Union membership in conflict Ukrainian state, a central and the 1990s and in spring 2022, consistent Russian …

‘Finlandisation’), Finland itself developing a nuclear weapons 4 was not a weak state. The legacy of its capability


Wilson Center Canada · 12 May 2022 Korean

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MfgdXSPDbkJg. cfr.org/backgrounder/north-korea-nuclear-weapons- 12. Victor Cha,Katrin Fraser Katz, J. Stephen https://csis-website-prod.s3.amazonaws.com/ (North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons and Missile s3fs-public/publication/220309_Cha_NorthKorea_ https://www.cfr.org/backgrounder/north-korea-nuclear-weapons-missile-tests-military-capabilities https://www https://www.cfr.org/backgrounder/north-korea-nuclear-weapons-missile-tests-military-capabilities https://www https://www.cfr.org/backgrounder/north-korea-nuclear-weapons-missile-tests-military-capabilities https://beyondparallel


Wilson Center Canada · 11 May 2022 English

A BLUEPRINT FOR SOUTH KOREA AND THE UNITED STATES TO ADDRESS THE CHALLENGES OF THE 2020s AND BEYOND

neighboring countries to initiate their own nuclear weapons programs, thereby seriously undermining regional Korean collapse) than on removing North Korea’s nuclear weapons. For this reason, in working with China, it agenda for weapons modernization, and free of nuclear weapons. However, a stall in including hypersonic missiles administration and ballistic missiles, and tactical nuclear weapons. Kim also the Moon Jae-in administration were outbreak in West Africa in 2014 and SARS in nuclear weapons, and a collapsing economy. 2003. A CSIS Korea


PICES · 9 May 2022 English

The Oyashio transport off Hokkaido decreased remarkably during the past decades (1993– 2011), caused by the frequent appearance of clockwise warm eddies originating in the Kuroshio, and the decrease was …

originated via global fallout as a result of nuclear weapons testing held during the 1950s and 1980s (Aakrog


Mulroney Institute of Government · 5 May 2022 English

For example, Reagan’s fondness and respect for Mulroney helps to explain why, when Mulroney was trailing in the polls in the lead up to the 1988 federal election, the president …

called upon the scientific community to render nuclear weapons impotent and obsolete. The goal of SDI, as


Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy · 23 April 2022 English

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massive amount of energy, which is what makes nuclear weapons so devastating. (WUKQPQPVJGQVJGTJCPFKUVJG former US President Donald Trump also conducted nuclear weapons tests (India, Pa- by passing Congress to enable help scientists understand and simulate how nuclear weapons can detonate, fueling controversy. Elsewhere ina-rattled-by-calls-for-japan-to-host-us-nuclear-weapons https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar ina-rattled-by-calls-for-japan-to-host-us-nuclear-weapons Nuclear energy, with essentially no direct


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