Tag: weapons of mass destruction

The return of worrying trends in nuclear proliferation

Strategic Council Online—Opinion: The latest report from the Swedish think-tank Sipri, which is active in the field of weapons surveillance worldwide, shows a worrying trend in the growth of nuclear arsenals. This is despite the fact that this trend has been declining since the Cold War.
Dr. Ali Karbalaei Hosseini—Researcher of International Law

Strategic Consequences of US Atomic Bombing of Japan

Strategic Council Online – Note: The alarm for the World War II was officially sounded with the German invasion of Poland, on September 1, 1939, and left a black record behind by leaving 50 million dead, millions disabled and 30 million migrated. One of the significant incidents of the war was the US atomic bombing of Hiroshima (August 6, 1945) to force the Japanese government to surrender. The city of Nagasaki was also bombed on August 9, 1945. Shortly afterwards, the then Emperor of Japan announced in a speech that he had made unconditional peace with the Allies in order to protect the people of his country and thereby stop the greatest crime against humanity.
Mahmoud Fazeli – Analyst of international affairs

Dimensions of Saudi Arabia’s war crimes and crimes against humanity in Yemen

Strategic Council Online—Interview: An expert of West Asia affairs says crimes of the United States and Saudi Arabia against the people of Yemen are unprecedented in the history of humanity and the massive sale of arms during the past five years to Saudi Arabia has emboldened the Al Saud regime to keep on its crimes and murder against the people of Yemen.

Russia’s Nuclear Deterrence Strategy

Strategic Council Online – Prince Vladimir’s submarine, which joined the Russian Navy on June 12, 2020 on the occasion of the Russia Day celebrations is the fourth generation of nuclear submarines with significant capabilities. The submarine, capable of launching 20 nuclear warhead missiles at the same time, is equipped with advanced deep manoeuvring systems and the use of modern weapons. Prince Vladimir’s submarine can go 400 meters deep into the ocean to evade radars.
Dr. Shoaib Bahman – Expert on Russian Affairs