from Global News Journal:

Germany’s Greens celebrate victory in defeat

September 28, 2009

Sunday's federal election threw Germany's Greens into a state of disarray -- should they celebrate their best result ever or mourn the fact they failed to prevent a centre-right coalition and languished in fifth place?

from From Reuters.com:

Graphic: Iran’s ballastic missiles

By Reuters Staff
September 28, 2009

from India Insight:

Do we need the big bomb?

By Vipul Tripathi
September 28, 2009

It’s been more than a decade since the Buddha smiled again.

A debate has exploded in the Indian media about the circumstances of India’s hydrogen bomb test, with a group of scientists questioning the yield of the test.

from From Reuters.com:

Graphic: Iran’s nuclear program

By Reuters Staff
September 25, 2009

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from Pakistan: Now or Never?:

India, Pakistan and Afghanistan: the impossible triangle

September 25, 2009

A single paragraph in General Stanley McChrystal's leaked assessment of the war in Afghanistan has generated much interest, particularly in Pakistan.

from Commentaries:

West raises stakes over Iran nuclear programme

By Paul Taylor
September 25, 2009

big-3President Obama and the leaders of France and Britain have deliberately raised the stakes in the confrontation over Iran's nuclear programme by dramatising the disclosure that it is building a second uranium enrichment plant. Their shoulder-to-shoulder statements of resolve, less than a week before Iran opens talks with six major powers in Geneva, raised more questions than they answer.

from From Reuters.com:

Graphic: World nuclear arsenals

By Reuters Staff
September 23, 2009

from AxisMundi Jerusalem:

The Iran question, again

September 21, 2009

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It seems last week’s focus, settlement expansion, has given way to this week’s prime focus: Might Israel attack Iran?

from UK News:

Can Britain still afford nuclear weapons ?

September 16, 2009

BRITAIN-NUCLEAR/As the public spending axe starts swinging, attention inevitably turns northwards to the chilly waters of the Clyde where Britain's nuclear deterrent is based.