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CHANGE AND CHALLENGE IN ASIA


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Nuclear concerns put Asia front and center

By Ralph Cossa and David Santoro

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Dec 05, 2012

~~<p>At a recent international conference, a colleague asked, &quot;Now that Obama has been re-elected, will he finally earn his Nobel Prize?&quot; It's a fair question.</p>
<p>Hopes were high within the disarmament community after President Barack Obama pledged to move toward a nuclear-weapons-free world in his 2009 Prague speech. But those who cheered the loudest then are among the most disappointed now, because of slow progress.</p>
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At a recent international conference, a colleague asked, "Now that Obama has been re-elected, will he finally earn his Nobel Prize?" It's a fair question.

Hopes were high within the disarmament community after President Barack Obama pledged to move toward a nuclear-weapons-free world in his 2009 Prague speech. But those who cheered the loudest then are among the most disappointed now, because of slow progress. Login for more...



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