nuclear disarmament

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نَزْح السِّلاح النَّوَوي
nukleární odzbrojení
nukleáris leszerelés
nukleárne odzbrojenie
nükleer silahsızlanma

nuclear disarmament

ndisarmo nucleare


(ˈnjuːkliəs) plural ˈnuclei (-kliai) noun
1. the central part of an atom.
2. the part of a plant or animal cell that controls its development.
nuclear (ˈnjuːkliə) adjective
1. using atomic energy. a nuclear power station; nuclear weapons.
2. of a nucleus.
ˈnuclear device noun
a device or a weapon that contains a nuclear bomb.
nuclear disarmament
the act of ceasing to store atomic weapons.
nuclear energy
atomic energy.
nuclear reactor
an apparatus for producing nuclear energy.
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Former Labour leader Michael Foot was a founder of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the party's 1983 election manifesto included a commitment to unilateral nuclear disarmament.
AWELSH MP who opposes unilateral nuclear disarmament and in June asked Jeremy Corbyn to step down has accepted a post as a Shadow Defence Minister.
The contention then was unilateral nuclear disarmament.
GMB Scotland knows Trident is a divisive issue but those posturing against renewal are in denial - denial of the fact the Tories won the general election, denial of the fact here is a parliamentary majority supporting renewal, and denial of the fact public opinion consistently opposes unilateral nuclear disarmament.
CND, formed in 1957, advocated unilateral nuclear disarmament.
The second lesson, with pro-Trident Maria Eagle gone from defence, is that Labour are poised to adopt unilateral nuclear disarmament for the first time in a generation.
It comes after the Labour leader moved Maria Eagle from the role of Shadow Defence Secretary to Culture and replaced her with North London MP Emily Thornberry, who is in favour of unilateral nuclear disarmament.
BRITISH voters will not back unilateral nuclear disarmament, former Labour leader Lord Kinnock has warned Jeremy Corbyn.
But Miliband recalls Labour's 1980s civil war, when unilateral nuclear disarmament cleaved the party.
There was no prospect of those governments wishing to strike a different pose on the Cold War, unilateral nuclear disarmament or the alliance with the US.
The Lib Dems could also demand unilateral nuclear disarmament as a price for supporting a government.
Both programs would lead to unilateral nuclear disarmament by the United States-the first unintentionally, the second intentionally.

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