The latest rocket launch creates an illusion for the people of North Korea that they live, if not in paradise, then at least in a country that holds its own.
Bomb-grade uranium has been kept under questionable conditions, and over 200 pounds of it may be missing. Now, the U.S. government wants to waive safety requirements and bury the material straight into the ground.
A shocking IPS report about the U.S. government's mismanagement of a dangerous bomb-grade nuclear material that they now want to bury straight into the ground.
NPR shouldn't trivialize the risk of radioactive tuna from the Fukushima nuclear disaster.
Japanese Parliamentarian Ms. Kuniko Tanioka is one of the few Japanese politicians willing to speak out publicly and critically on the Fukushima nuclear meltdowns and her government’s response to it. She is joined by Robert Alvarez, IPS senior scholar, in a briefing on Fukushima to occur May 10.
Negotiating with Iran requires talking to it on many levels.
As the U.S. military wreaks havoc in faraway places around the world, a new book sheds light on the historical and continuing damage done to native peoples and their lands within the United States and its colonial holdings.
Link TV will air the 1981 Emmy-winning PBS film by Jack Willis and Institute for Policy Studies fellow, Saul Landau. The release of radiation from damaged nuclear plants in Japan makes the warnings of this documentary very relevant today.
IPS history is tied to documentary airing this weekend on Link TV.
The price of fixing America's nuclear vulnerabilities may be high, but the price of doing too little is incalculable.